The Governor of the Bank of England gave a speech in Berlin this week throwing his support behind increased investment in green technology as a means to both fight climate change and promote global economic growth at the same time. Continue Reading
Danish firm Dong Energy has revealed that it will be setting up the world’s largest offshore wind farm repair and maintenance centre in the Lincolnshire town of Grimsby. Continue Reading
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the Aberthaw coal fired power station in Wales is in breach of pollution limits following a lengthy legal battle with the British government.
Under a new scheme, major provider Scottish Power are to start offering customers the ability to buy their energy in a novel way, purchasing day to six month long bundles rather than signing up to a conventional style tariff.
After initially postponing the final decision pending review, Prime Minister Theresa May has officially approved the £18 billion nuclear reactor to be built in Somerset, following a revised agreement with EDF.
In a world first for large-scale tidal power generation, the first turbine of developer Atlantis’ MeyGen array has been officially unveiled and launched out to sea.
According to the Energy and Climate Change Committee (ECC), the UK government’s plans for meeting renewable generation targets in 2020 are unlikely to achieve their goal as things stand currently.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is to set out his energy policy today, including plans intended to benefit “the 60 million, not the big six”, and to focus on increasing the share of Britain’s energy generated from renewable sources.
A pivotal moment has been reached in the global fight against climate change as the world’s largest two greenhouse gas emitters, China and the US, have formally ratified the UN Paris Climate Agreement.
An EU directive with the aim of completely phasing out high consumption halogen bulbs has begun today, as stocks of certain directional spotlights will no longer be replenished in stores across Europe.