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Ed Davey said today that Scotland could risk missing out on renewable energy investment worth billions of pounds if it chooses "to go it alone".
Scottish energy management firm, Ewgeco, is looking to break into the US market following a near doubling in revenue and a fresh injection of cash.
The UK’s largest Green Deal opportunity was unveiled today, as Leeds and 10 surrounding local authorities, including York, Bradford and Harrogate, announced they are to partner on a scheme that will enable more than 12,000 homes in the region become warmer and cheaper to run.
The Welsh Government has joined a growing chorus of political voices calling for stronger action to tackle the declining bee populations.
A free week-long programme of events focused around sustainable building will take place next week throughout London.
London Array, the world’s largest offshore wind turbine, is now fully operational with the last of the 175 turbines at the Thames Estuary site, now generating clean electricity.
The UK's emissions of climate-warming gases surged in 2012 as cheap coal replaced gas in power stations, official data revealed on Thursday.
Plans for the first new nuclear power station for nearly a generation in the UK have got the go-ahead from the Energy Secretary, who has said he is granting planning consent.
This week, the Government announced that London would host the Future Cities Catapult Centre, a £150 million innovation hub to help cities work more efficiently while lowering their impact on the environment. But plans to build a resilient economy in Greater Manchester, promising new jobs and energy cuts, are already underway. Emilie Beauchamp reports.
A UK university-led team of scientists is to develop a reactor that converts CO2 into fuel so efficiently it could offset every year more than three times the amount of carbon produced by Britain.
A multi-million pound manufacturing plant making high-end energy efficient glass in the UK has become fully operational.
'Green’ rubbish bins that double as on-screen news services in the City of London have recycled over 100 tonnes of waste since launching a year ago.
The Scottish Government has today set out a £1.4 billion three-year plan that it said will help meet its climate change targets.
Changes to the London Congestion Charge could see stricter emission levels imposed, leaving some 'greener’ vehicles no longer exempt from the 'C-Charge'.
The route of high-speed rail across the north of England has been unveiled, with the Government stressing that the controversial project was "a vital engine for growth" that will benefit the whole nation from the moment the first trains run.