Britain’s car industry will see a £7.2 billion boost from electric car sales in the next three years, a new study shows.
Monthly Archives: January 2011
IET submits evidence to government inquiry.
The spot market in European Union emissions permits may re-open next week following a cyber attack that resulted in nearly 30 million euros (£26 million) of carbon permits being stolen.
Positive feedback on agreement.
Labour has called for a temporary halt to drilling for shale gas until assessments have been done to make sure the process for extracting it is safe.
Solar panel manufacturer Sharp is creating 300 new jobs at its European manufacturing plant in Wrexham, North Wales.
United States President Barack Obama set a target for power plants to produce 80 per cent clean electricity by 2035 - including power from sources like clean coal and natural gas.
Member states in the European Union’s emissions trading scheme are being asked to urgently do a report to confirm they are meeting security requirements after nearly 30 million euros (£26 million) of carbon permits were stolen.
The Office of Fair Trading has announced it will examine the market for off-grid energy consumers following increasing public concern.
It is unlikely that no more than half the registries in the European Union’s emissions trading scheme will be re-opened tomorrow after a possible co-ordinated theft by hackers of up to 30 million euros (£25.90 million) of carbon permits.