A renewable energy toolkit has launched to help small businesses benefit from the "significant opportunities" presented by the demand for green technologies in the UK's low carbon built environment supply chain.
Conservative MPs are much more likely to oppose onshore windfarms than the national average of the public, a new poll has found.
The future of community-owned green energy projects that Ministers say are crucial to break the dominance of the 'Big Six’ is being put at risk by the Financial Conduct Authority, according to co-operatives and the Labour party.
Property and infrastructure specialist Capita Symonds is to deliver a £50 million programme to improve the energy efficiency across more than 175,000 London homes.
For the past two weeks, graduates from countries covering France to Japan have been working with London’s top universities and businesses to develop ideas that may crack the future battle against climate change. Thomas McMullan reports.
The first online price comparison service for Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) has launched, claiming it could earn independent renewable energy generators up to 20 per cent more for their electricity by creating an open market for green energy.
There is a 60 per cent to 70 per cent chance that the remnants of hurricane Bertha, which has been downgraded to an Atlantic depression, will hit the south of England on Sunday, according to the Met Office.
A £10.5 million marine research centre has opened in Edinburgh, featuring the world’s most sophisticated tide and wave simulator.
The Government is facing yet another legal challenge over its solar policy, after four UK solar firms today launched a Judicial Review into the decision by Ed Davey to withdraw Government support for large-scale solar.
New models helped sales of electric cars in the European Union double in 2013, but the zero-emission vehicles still only account for one in every 250 new cars sold.
The combined capacity of biomass systems installed under the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) breached 1 gigawatt (GW) in August.
Edelman, America’s biggest public relations firm, has for the first time formally declared it will not take on campaigns that deny global warming, in response to an investigation by the Guardian.
The Green Deal is under fire again following the sudden closure of a cashback scheme to boost take up of the Government's flagship energy efficiency programme, with fears that large sums snatched up in the final days will go unclaimed.
There may be showers and slightly cooler weather due across much of the UK this weekend, but even that should not dampen the hopes of those wondering if the recent warm weather makes this summer one of the hottest on record.
Food and drink companies have cut their water use by 1.35 million m3 last year, accounting for a 15.6 per cent reduction in collective water use since 2007, according to figures released today by resource efficiency expert WRAP.