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    Jul 2 2012: Why isn't the use of solar technology more widespread?
    And why aren't some of Shell's £2 million an hour profits channelled into providing this technology to communities that need it most?
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      Jul 6 2012: Tone, many thanks. Clearly solar is a renewables technology that is starting to be widely deployed, and a space that the Chinese are very active in, among others

      At Shell, we do not have direct involvement in solar, however Show Shell in Japan (of which we have a shareholding) does. Our involvement in renewables focuses on managing wind farms and more specifically significant focus on biofuels, and particularly advanced biofuels.

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