The UK's first open access Bio-LNG filling station was opened today by Transport Minister Norman Baker.
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Investing in low-carbon power in the 2020s instead of gas would save consumers tens of billions of pounds.
The latest marine oil spill surveillance operation carried out by Finland, Sweden and Estonia, did not detect any oils spills in the Northern Baltic Sea area, consistent with an observed trend of decreasing instances of oil spill detections in the area.
Britain's complicated planning and permit regime is the biggest barrier to developing shale gas, according to a new report.
Zimbabwe has opened a toll plaza believed to be the world’s first to meet all its electricity needs without a grid connection.
Plans for the world's largest commercial wave energy farm have been given the go-ahead.
The Government's failure to set out its expectations for a flagship home energy efficiency programme is unacceptable, MPs warn.
A 30-minute test for infections and a multi-core current clamp will share a £40,000 prize to help commercialise the innovations.
Outsourcing group MITIE will axe hundreds of jobs as it closes its mechanical and electrical engineering contracts arm.
The Government has boosted the incentives for householders looking to install renewable heating systems.