Peel Energy has been given the go ahead by the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change for its 57 MW wind farm in Cheshire.
UK energy regulator Ofgem joined in the fray today unveiling its own plans to give energy customers a “simpler, clearer and fairer” deal.
Largely unnoticed amid the furore over energy prices, the UK Energy Secretary Ed Davey yesterday announced changes to legislation covering major energy infrastructure projects.
Japanese carmaker Toyota earlier this week switched on a 1.1 MW fuel cell at its California headquarters in Torrance.
US President Barack Obama and rival Mitt Romney clashed over energy policy in the second debate at Hofstra University in New York earlier this week.
Speaking during Question Time yesterday, UK Prime Minister David Cameron promised new legislation will require energy companies to put customers on the lowest tariff.
The UK Energy Secretary Ed Davey, in a speech to senior figures in the energy sector at the CBI this morning, promised that the government’s long-awaited Energy Bill will be published “within weeks”.
New research by the Carbon Trust reveals that the waters off Cornwall and the west of Scotland, off Lewis and Uist, are the UK’s wave power hot spots.
The European Commission has given the go ahead for the UK government’s Green Investment Bank to be granted £3 billion in public funding.
UK consumer group Which? is calling on the Prime Minister David Cameron to launch an urgent review of the energy market after the latest round of price rises.