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Dong Energy, the company that claims to be the biggest developer of wind farms in the world, believes it is "game on" in the North Sea with nothing to hold back new investment.
Long-awaited improvements to boost renewable heat in the UK were unveiled by the Government today.
New 'strike prices’ to support long-term investment in renewable energy generation have been announced by the Government.
The Government is to cut the levels of subsidies it provides to onshore wind farms and large scale solar, in favour of offshore wind.
The much-maligned Brussels sprout has been given a new lease of life this festive season – as a battery to light a Christmas tree.
Britain's green ambitions have been dealt a blow as a big six energy company has pulled the plug on one of the world's largest offshore windfarms, with the political storm enveloping the industry threatening the multibillion-pound investments needed to meet emissions targets and head off a looming capacity crunch.
The Prime Minister must put an end to the energy policy debate "farce" and give a clear signal on his commitment to the low carbon economy, the renewable energy industry has said.
Plans by Housing Secretary Eric Pickles to axe a policy that has delivered sustainable homes and supported the low carbon construction sector has been slammed by a committee of influential MPs, which described the move as designed to support developers that build homes "on the cheap".
EDF has become the latest energy company to raise prices for its customers, announcing an average price rise of 3.9 per cent on its dual fuel tariffs and warning that more increases could come if the government does not cut fees for social and environmental work.
Just a few yards from the choked M4 motorway, beyond the massive settling tanks and a steaming, 500-tonne mountain of black sewage sludge at Slough treatment works, a modern alchemy is taking place that could potentially keep the world in food for a few more years.
Onsite renewable and low carbon energy generation - also known as decentralised energy – will contribute 14 per cent of the UK’s energy needs by 2030 and save businesses that invest in it tens of billions of pounds, a new report has found.
A UK credit union is offering a 'green’ savings bond to Green Deal providers and installers to enable their household customers to invest in energy efficiency upgrades at nought per cent finance.
The solar industry is launching a campaign to more than double the number of homes generating electricity from solar over the next year.
Energy efficiency will remain a central part of the Government’s energy strategy, Energy Secretary Ed Davey promised today, as he set out in Parliament his Annual Energy Statement. This is his speech in full.
The UK’s renewable energy sector is more confident now about jobs and growth than it was six months ago, but worries persist about Government consistency over green policies, according to a new industry survey.