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* Women sought in daring TV theft from Mo. Wal-Mart (AP)
* Dylan "poem" on sale was actually Hank Snow song (Reuters)
* Ronaldo in trouble for pulling opponent's hair (Reuters)
* Police say man used horse tranquilizers to sleep (AP)
* No worries about a 2010 "Olympic Toke" (Reuters)
* Voice of Mickey Mouse dies in L.A. at 62 (Reuters)
* Man denied bathroom use accused of trashing store (AP)
* Businessman accused of demanding dentures with gun (AP)
* German woman beaten up over asparagus prices (Reuters)
* Wind turbine noise suspected of killing 400 goats (Reuters)
* Sexy "Venus" may be oldest figurine yet discovered (Reuters)
* Woman beaten up over asparagus prices (Reuters)
* Sherpa climbs Mount Everest for record 19th time (Reuters)
* "We are safe" WHO boss tells flu meet, after break-in (Reuters)
* Tycoon names blue diamond "Star of Josephine" (Reuters)
* Sarkozy adds flirty twist to Facebook (Reuters)
* Man in ape costume tries to steal banana displays (AP)
* Worms crawl in, don't crawl out at Calif. morgue (AP)
* Nebraska boy, 6, takes wheel after dad passes out (AP)
* Police hunt couple fleeing bank error (Reuters)
* Pa. middle school expels teen with eyebrow shaver (AP)

Women sought in daring TV theft from Mo. Wal-Mart (AP) Top
AP - Police are looking for two women who pulled off the daring theft of a high-end television set from a Wal-Mart store. Police on Monday said one of the women posed as a Wal-Mart employee and the second played the role of customer Sunday night. The duo made off with a 52-inch, flat-screen Samsung TV worth $1,300.

Dylan "poem" on sale was actually Hank Snow song (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A "poem" purportedly written by a teenage Bob Dylan and up for auction at Christie's is actually a song written by the late Canadian country singer Hank Snow, the auction house said on Wednesday.

Ronaldo in trouble for pulling opponent's hair (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Ronaldo could face disciplinary action after television cameras caught him pulling an opponent's hair playing for Corinthians at the weekend.

Police say man used horse tranquilizers to sleep (AP) Top
AP - Sheriff's deputies said a man used horse tranquilizers to try to drift off into sleep at a Batesville motel. Deputies said the man was taken to the hospital around 6 p.m. Tuesday. Inside his room, deputies said they found syringes and three bottles of horse tranquilizers.

No worries about a 2010 "Olympic Toke" (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Organizers of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver are taking the mellow approach to suggestions that their planned Olympic torch looks like a marijuana cigarette.

Voice of Mickey Mouse dies in L.A. at 62 (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Sound-effects specialist Wayne Allwine, who followed in the footsteps of Walt Disney to provide the falsetto voice of Mickey Mouse for the past 32 years, has died, Walt Disney Co said Wednesday.

Man denied bathroom use accused of trashing store (AP) Top
AP - When employees of a Bellingham lighting store refused to let a man use the store's bathroom he grabbed a fixture and began smashing boxes of merchandise. Police caught up with the man Friday and used a stun gun to arrest him when he refused to cooperate.

Businessman accused of demanding dentures with gun (AP) Top
AP - A business man accused of ordering an associate to take out his dentures at gunpoint conceded that he made the demand during an argument over money. But the man denied it was a theft, saying he paid for the dentures in the first place and also said no gun was involved.

German woman beaten up over asparagus prices (Reuters) Top
Reuters - German police are searching for a motorist who beat a 24-year-old woman selling white asparagus because he was upset about her asking price for the coveted springtime vegetable, police said on Monday.

Wind turbine noise suspected of killing 400 goats (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Late-night noise from spinning wind turbines on an outlying island of Taiwan may have killed 400 goats over the past three years by depriving them of sleep, an agricultural inspection official said on Thursday.

Sexy "Venus" may be oldest figurine yet discovered (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A sexually suggestive Venus figurine with oversized breasts and thighs dates back at least 35,000 years and shows ancient humans had sex on their minds, researchers said Wednesday.

Woman beaten up over asparagus prices (Reuters) Top
Reuters - German police are searching for a motorist who beat a 24-year-old woman selling white asparagus because he was upset about her asking price for the coveted springtime vegetable, police said on Monday.

Sherpa climbs Mount Everest for record 19th time (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A Nepali sherpa carrying a banner reading "Stop Climate Change" climbed Mount Everest for a record 19th time on Thursday, improving his own record set last year, officials said.

"We are safe" WHO boss tells flu meet, after break-in (Reuters) Top
Reuters - "Basically, we are safe!" World Health Organisation Director-General Margaret Chan said on Monday, prompting laughter from delegates at a meeting of the WHO's annual assembly dominated by worries over swine flu.

Tycoon names blue diamond "Star of Josephine" (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A Hong Kong property tycoon and collector who bought a flawless blue diamond for a record $9.5 million (6 million pounds), has named it the "Star of Josephine", auction house Sotheby's said on Wednesday.

Sarkozy adds flirty twist to Facebook (Reuters) Top
Reuters - PARIS (Reuters) French President Nicolas Sarkozy, eager to show himself as a man of the people, has revamped his Facebook networking page with home videos of him flirting and discussing world politics with his wife, Carla.

Man in ape costume tries to steal banana displays (AP) Top
AP - Police continue a fruitless search for a man wearing an ape costume who has attempted to steal foam banana displays from inside local gas stations. Capt. Steve Klein said Thursday someone donning an ape costume entered two gas stations Wednesday trying to steal the displays and police have received several calls about the suspect hanging around town.

Worms crawl in, don't crawl out at Calif. morgue (AP) Top
AP - A coroner in central California says his county's morgue is so maggot infested that the larvae are dropping from the ceiling. Fresno County Coroner David Hadden gave a tour so the media could see the working conditions he calls "intolerable."

Nebraska boy, 6, takes wheel after dad passes out (AP) Top
AP - Police say a 6-year-old boy grabbed the wheel of their pickup after his dad passed out from low blood sugar and kept them from crashing until a North Platte police officer could bring the truck to a halt.

Police hunt couple fleeing bank error (Reuters) Top
Reuters - New Zealand police have launched an international search for a couple who fled with millions of dollars after NZ$10 million (US$6.05 million) was accidentally deposited into their bank account.

Pa. middle school expels teen with eyebrow shaver (AP)
AP - A Pittsburgh-area teenager has been suspended from middle school when a random search turned up an eyebrow shaver in her handbag. Officials at Linton Middle School in Penn Hills recommended at a Wednesday disciplinary hearing that 15-year-old be expelled for the rest of this year and 45 days next year.


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Financing Blog at May 21, 2009 11:21 PMInternational
South Africa Forms Energy Policy

Oxford Analytica, 05.22.09, 06:00 AM EDT
New climate change strategy will aim to bring investors into renewable energy sector.

The South African Environment, Energy and Treasury Ministries are drafting a new government energy and climate change strategy to be unveiled by September. The document will form the basis of government climate change policy, leading to an overhaul of existing fiscal, regulatory and legislative regimes by 2012, aimed at capping carbon dioxide emissions by 2025.

The new climate change strategy will seek to overcome the structural and financial challenges facing South African energy policy by balancing the medium-term need to eliminate the electricity generating shortfall with the long-term requirement to address climate change. This will involve the introduction of public subsidies, tax breaks and clearer policy goals designed to boost the contribution of renewables to the national energy mix.

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CO2 emissions. Eskom, the state-owned generator, currently provides about 95% of the country's electricity, some 91% of which comes from coal-fired power stations. The utility accounts for more than 50% of South Africa's carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, which are set to increase in the medium term. The Secunda and Sasolberg plants of Sasol, the privatized petro-chemicals conglomerate, produce 23% of total CO2 emissions. Because of Eskom and Sasol's combined contribution to total emissions, the new climate change regulatory regime will in effect be built around them.

Eskom's heavy reliance on coal will be augmented substantially by the re-commissioning of three mothballed coal-fired power plants along with the construction of two new coal-fired power stations by around 2014. The utility has set a self-imposed target of reducing its dependence on coal to 70% by 2025, with emissions falling in absolute terms by about 2050.

Renewable target. Eskom has hitherto seen nuclear as the only viable alternative to coal as a provider of baseload power. Nuclear is expected to supply around 20,000 MW of the additional 40,000 MW in generating capacity required by 2025. However, Eskom has set itself a target of providing 1,600 MW in renewable capacity--mostly large-scale solar and wind--by 2025. This is a modest goal that the utility insists it will not be able to fund from its own balance sheet without external help.

The Ministry of Energy is now trying to attract higher levels of private investment into the renewables sector. So far, renewables have been largely absent from the national energy mix due to the lack of a policy framework and fiscal incentives needed to attract prospective investors.

"Refit" effect. The new renewable energy feed-in-tariff ('refit')--the price premium provided to private sector electricity generators--announced by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa in March has been widely hailed as one of the most significant developments in national energy strategy in many years:

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