Energy Secretary Ed Davey announced that the UK will provide £1.5 billion of ‘fast start’ finance to help developing countries tackle climate change on his arrival in Doha at the United Nations negotiations.
EDF Energy has announced plans to extend the lifetime of its UK nuclear power stations at Hinkley Point and Hunterston for seven years.
As the New England state of Massachusetts celebrates the opening of its latest onshore wind farm, the US government has opened up two major sites on the Atlantic coast for offshore wind development.
UK Chancellor George Osborne is widely expected to announce the approval of up to 30 new gas-fired power stations tomorrow as part of his Autumn Statement.
UK-based renewable energy developer Blue Energy has been given the green light to build the largest solar farm in Africa.
Tower block residents typically miss out on energy efficiency advice and improvements, but they could provide an ideal vehicle for whole building improvements, says Green Alliance.
US offshore wind development Cape Wind has reached another major milestone with the securing of a second power purchase agreement.
Tidal energy developer SeaGen, acquired earlier this year by Siemens, announced this week that it has completed a power generation “hat trick” in Northern Ireland’s Strangford Lough.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is joining forces with SSE to test a large, container-sized lithium-ion rechargeable battery for energy storage on the Orkney Islands.
UK Energy Secretary Ed Davey put the details of government’s long awaited Energy Bill before Parliament today, which promises to revolutionise the country’s energy market.