Danish-designed pylon using fewer materials than UK classic is erected for testing and could be in use by 2016
The first of a new breed of pylon has been installed for testing in Denmark ahead of its introduction in the UK later this year. Danish architecture firm Bystrup's T-Pylon scooped a 2011 competition...
International Maritime Organisation agrees to cap the sulphur content of marine fuels sold worldwide at 0.5 per cent by 2020
Volkswagen-owned car manufacturer to shift focus to Formula E racing from 2017 as part of wider strategy to capture electric vehicle market
Official government statistics shows public support for nuclear energy drops three per cent following Hinkley Point deal, and support for shale gas hits record low of 17 per cent
Green energy supplier now owns almost a quarter of Good Energy's shares, fuelling speculation around a possible takeover bid