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Generating power from renewable energy is a key element in combatting climate change by substituting clean energy for energy fossil fuels. Also micro-renewables provide an opportunity for individuals to protect themselves from rising fuel costs by generating their own electricity and selling any surplus.

As technology improves and costs increase this will be become more and more beneficial.

Legal input is generally most needed in relation to larger-scale projects which, in relation to wind power, tend to require environmental impact assessment and sometime appropriate assessment or wildlife licensing in relation to habitats and species of European importance. When it comes to inland water power there is a need for very serious input in relation to all sorts of water law, both common law and statute. Energy from waste brings into operation European waste law and specific legislation in relation to the processes.

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