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HP unveils net zero-energy data centre design

HP’s research arm HP Labs has unveiled a design for a net zero-energy data centre that matches energy supply to computing demand to lower power costs by 30%.

Empire State Building efficiency makeover saves $2.4 million in first year

The energy efficiency makeover of New York City’s iconic Empire State Building has saved $2.4 million dollars in reduced costs in its first year.

Japanese firm to plant ‘green curtains’ to cut energy use

Japanese advanced ceramics company Kyocera ia planting ‘green curtains’ at its locations throughout the country to cut energy use.

Toyota tots up 29 certified green buildings in US

Japanese carmaker Toyota has totted up a total of 29 LEED-certified ‘green’ buildings in the US with the completion of a training centre in Kansas.

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UK and Iceland sign pact on geothermal energy

UK and Iceland sign pact on geothermal energy

The UK and Iceland signed an agreement yesterday that could see geothermal power from Iceland’s volcanoes supply electricity to the UK.

UK government switches on low-carbon heating for social housing

UK government switches on low-carbon heating for social housing

The UK government yesterday announced a £10 million fund to help switch social housing over to low-carbon heating like biomass boilers, solar hot water systems and heat pumps.

London presents big challenge to Green Deal, warns report

London presents big challenge to Green Deal, warns report

A report out today from Future of London, supported by EDF Energy, warns that the capital is going to present a particular challenge to the government’s forthcoming Green Deal efficiency scheme.

UK climate change policies will protect against rising prices, says Davey

UK climate change policies will protect against rising prices, says Davey

The UK government’s climate change policies could reduce the negative impact of prices spikes in oil, gas and coal by over 50% by 2050, says Energy Secretary Ed Davey.

Apple’s new data centre to run on 100% renewable energy

Apple’s new data centre to run on 100% renewable energy

Computer giant Apple, which has come in for criticism from environmental group Greenpeace over its environmental credentials, is to power its new data centre entirely with renewable energy.

Industry warns UK government over delays to renewable heat incentive

Industry warns UK government over delays to renewable heat incentive

Representatives of the renewable heat industry wrote to Energy Minister Greg Barker on Friday warning over delays to the wider rollout of the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive.