Analyst forecasts a decade of strong wind power growth
The ability of offshore wind to significantly contribute to the renewable energy targets of 2020 in Europe is spurring governments to support and encourage the sector, according to industry analysts Frost & Sullivan.
King’s Comment: Biofuels: the route to a low carbon future?
In his quarterly bulletin, Professor Sir David King, senior scientific advisor to UBS, discusses the future for biofuels.
As much heat as light
Andrew Warren discusses the lightbulb question
Green shoots in Budget need hard backing
Green shoots in Budget need hard backing Consultancy firm says framework needed for investor confidence
Power generators need to stand up and be counted
Electric utilities sectors requires an energy revolution to reduce dependence on fossil fuels
High-polluting industries encouraged to invest in carbon reduction technologies
Global analyst firm Frost & Sullivan are warning big polluters to invest now in emissions-reducing technologies
New car 'scrappage' scheme masquerades as green
Pressure group says motor scheme doesn't address the main culprits
Global warming is centuries old, says study
Scientists find evidence that European weather change is nothing new
Bioenergy benefits for impoverished communities
Study highlights benefits of small-scale bioenergy initiatives in developing countries
If it works, don’t fix it. Unless it’s a successful energy-saving programme
Everybody would agree that the Carbon Emissions Reduction Target has been a great success reducing household emissions by at least 8m tonnes. But proposed changes could destroy its entire credibility
Call for mobile phone recycling standards
UK firm leads demands for tighter regulation on recycling handsets
Government rules threaten renewable investments, say business giants
Business leaders join together to request greater consistency in the carbon accounting rules surrounding renewable energy generation
Biomass holds the key
The production of biomass for power generation holds the key to protecting Britain's natural environment, according to the UK's largest energy analyst.