Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Greece and the Netherlands will start a test phase of trading on a continental level under the administration of the Renewable Energy Certificates System (RECS). Green power suppliers in France and Belgium have expressed interest in the system and may join at a later stage.
The city of Chicago has been commended for its ban of the fuel additive MTBE by the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA).
This Boxing Day, as families enjoy sunshine, food, and post-Christmas cheer, four energetic activists will pour a dark liquid made from vegetable oil into the fuel tanks of their diesel trucks and embark on a 2300 km adventure.
(condensed from Reuter, Dec 15) Household rubbish, agricultural waste and disused mine workings have not always been seen as valuable assets. But plant and animal matter, sidelined long ago by fossil fuels as a source of heat, are set to return as Britain’s most important renewable energy source in the 21st century, according to British...
One of the largest energy companies in the United States and an independent power producer have agreed to buy a company in the renewable energy sector for almost $100 million.
Both federal and provincial government authorities have issued environmental approval for three wind turbines to be built on the waterfront of Toronto.
A unique process of biomass energy will be used in a demonstration plant in Australia.
Ethanol production in the United States set a new production record in the month of October, according to the industry lobby group.
Price constraints have kept Connecticut energy customers resistant to new electric competition, but one new power company hopes people will look past cost and accept a more environmentally friendly option.
The Australian government has passed legislation that sets clear targets for the use of renewable energy.