The UK Green Investment Bank officially opens for business today with £3 billion of government funds to invest in the green economy.
Software giant Microsoft is to test out whether a fuel cell power plant running on biogas generated by a wastewater treatment facility can support a data centre.
Global warming gases like CO2 are increasing and the “emissions gap” between climate change and policies is widening, warns the United Nations Environmental Programme.
International smart metering company Itron is joining forces with Panasonic to develop smart metering products for Japan.
Indian electronics firm Wipro has topped Greenpeace’s 18th Guide to Greener Electronics for the first time as it makes its debut in the international ranking of PCs, TVs and other electronic gadgets.
The world is heading towards 4°C of warming by the end of the century unless decisive action is taken on climate change, the World Bank warned yesterday.
The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer look “broadly” on track to deliver on its sustainability targets, according to an in-depth review out this week.
The government-backed Energy Technologies Institute is launching a £3 million study into householders’ use of heat and energy.
The UK government is investing £4 million through the Technology Strategy Board to develop low-carbon building processes.
The UK government yesterday promised a “transformation” in the country’s energy use with a new efficiency strategy, which will save as much as the output from 22 power stations by 2020.