Company reveals how biomass system installed at Scotney Castle has helped cut energy bills by an estimated £20,000 a year
A biomass boiler installed at the historic Scotney Castle in Kent has cut energy bills for the National Trust by more than £20,000 a year, while also slashing carbon emissions, according to new figures....
Number of global clean energy jobs up five per cent, but EU employment in renewables falls, IRENA reports
UKIP energy spokesperson Roger Helmer claims EU policies drive up energy prices, force carbon-intensive industries offshore and mandate the closure of ‘perfectly good’ coal-fired power stations
Cash from Department for Transport will be used to back 23 greener transport projects across the UK
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