The International Energy Agency has today urged governments to put in place four energy policies that it claims will “keep climate goals alive without harming economic growth”.
Plans for a £25 billion (US$38 billion) tidal barrage across the longest river in Britain have been slammed by members of the UK Parliament’s Energy and Climate Change Committee as economically, environmentally and publicly unacceptable.
More than 4 GW of geothermal power capacity are expected to come online worldwide between now and 2018, according to a new report.
UK Energy Secretary Ed Davey has warned that Scotland will damage its standing as a prime mover in renewable energy if it votes to become independent.
A new inquiry investigating the role of renewable power generation in the UK’s future energy mix has been launched.
The inverter market for renewable energy systems in Europe earned more than €3.58 billion ($4.63 billion) in 2012 and this figure could rise to €5.24 billion ($6.77 billion) in 2018, according to new research.
UK Energy Secretary Ed Davey has said that Scotland's renewable energy industry would be damaged if it were to become independent from the rest of Britain.
UK energy minister John Hayes today said it was "detached and bourgeois" to suggest that cutting down trees to use as biofuel was counter-productive to following a green agenda.
Offshore wind power installations in Europe rose by a third in 2012 and may increase by another 20 percent this year as developers build bigger farms in deeper waters, the European Wind Energy Association said.
The UK and Ireland today pledged to work together to secure economic benefits for both countries through renewable energy trading.