Nissan has unveiled its NV200 London taxi, which promises to be 50% more fuel efficient than alternative vehicles.
Six major international firms have today announced investments in fossil fuel energy projects in the UK at the British Business Embassy summit in London.
The UK’s Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has today attempted to get the Coalition back on track as the ‘greenest government ever’ with a £100 million commitment to green investment.
As the London 2012 Olympic Games enter their second week, the event is being heralded as the greenest ever… although perhaps not as green as hoped.
UK supermarket retailer Sainsbury’s says it installed over 69,500 solar panels making it the operator of the largest solar power array in Europe.
While the a US Senate committee has agreed to extend tax breaks for wind energy generators, presidential candidate Mitt Romney has indicated that he will end the scheme.
The UK’s Carbon Trust is joining forces with Chicago-based CRedit360 to develop software to enable businesses to better manage value chain carbon emissions.
US CO2 emissions from energy use during the first three months of the year were down to their lowest level in 20 years, according to the government’s Energy Information Administration.
Westmill Solar Cooperative, which launched a share offer in its 5 MW solar farm just outside Swindon in southeast England in June, has hit its target of £4 million.