Thousands more households in England will be eligible for help under the Warm Front scheme, says the UK government.
Shell has been given the go ahead to use carbon capture and storage technology for the first time with the Athabasca Oil Sands project in Canada.
Small and medium-sized businesses in the UK are failing to take responsibility for energy efficiency in the workplace, according to research from energy company E.ON.
The UK government yesterday announced the creation of a £13 million Energy Storage R&D Centre to focus on the development of batteries for electric and hybrid vehicles.
The Scottish Government has announced that five marine energy developers – including three tidal and two wave developers – are to share £7.9 million in funding.
In his first statement as the UK’s new Energy Minister, John Hayes has pledged to bring the Coalition’s controversial Energy Bill into law.
The EU and Australia have outlined plans to link their respective emissions trading schemes by 2018.
European renewable developers EDP Renewables and Repsol have submitted plans for three offshore wind projects in the Moray Firth off the north east coast of Scotland totaling 1.5 GW in capacity.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s cabinet reshuffle announced yesterday removes high-profile ministers from the energy and environment departments.
US President Barack Obama last week officially signed off on “groundbreaking” standards that will take fuel efficiency to 54.5 mpg for cars and light trucks by 2025.