Despite plummeting fuel prices US Navy formally launches warships powered partly by biofuels
The US Navy has launched its first flotilla of biofuel-powered warships this week in the next stage of fleet-wide efforts to cut the organisation's reliance on oil. The so-called "Great Green Fleet"...
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Move means leading brands such as Fairy will eliminate phosphates – which cause algal blooms that damage aquatic life – by 2017
Industry experts criticise Vote Leave's claims Brexit would mean cheaper energy bills, suggesting it would actually lead to higher prices and increased carbon emissions