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ReFood launches ReGrow as food waste goes full cycle

Anaerobic digestion plant

Anaerobic digestion operator unveils branded sustainable fertiliser that aims to close the cycle for food waste

01 Oct 2014

Iconic London phone boxes inspire first 'solarbox'

Solarbox

Traditional phone box on Tottenham Court Road given green makeover, as it is converted into a free solar-powered mobile phone charging point

01 Oct 2014

National Trust and Panasonic team up for green technology 'showcase'

Plas Newydd

Technology giant announces it is to work with conservation charity to deploy cutting-edge green technology at historic properties

30 Sep 2014

Osborne promises new wave of high and low carbon infrastructure

Chancellor argues fracking, runways and new roads must be delivered alongside nuclear and renewables

29 Sep 2014

UK hails first floating solar farm

Developer targeting utilities and reservoirs to roll out land-saving solar technology

29 Sep 2014

British firm Ineos accused of ‘bribes and bulldozers’ approach to fracking

The company is offering six per cent of future shale gas revenues to those sitting on reserves or affected by their extraction

29 Sep 2014

Burbo Bank offshore wind annex gets planning green light

Dong Energy's 258MW extension project will use Vestas' new 8MW offshore wind turbines

29 Sep 2014

Rising US emissions 'a wake up call' to grow green energy

Emissions from fossil fuels rise almost three per cent year on year, reversing long term decline

29 Sep 2014

Government frees up fracking rules despite 99 per cent opposition

Scottish government accuses Whitehall of taking "gung-ho" approach to shale gas with new drilling regulations, but geothermal industry welcomes move

26 Sep 2014

EDF Energy inks deal to purchase power from Tidal Energy Ltd

Landmark deal will see energy giant purchase power from cutting-edge Welsh tidal energy project

26 Sep 2014

Biomass could provide 20 per cent of global electricity by 2030

IRENA report predicts "auspicious" future for sustainable burning of plants, wood, and agricultural residues

26 Sep 2014

Solar boom helps UK renewables deliver record energy share

Growth in capacity sees renewables deliver 17 per cent of UK power during the second quarter of the year

25 Sep 2014

Is this heart-shaped solar farm the world's most beautiful power plant?

'Heart of New Caledonia' to power 750 homes in French overseas territory

25 Sep 2014

Renewables industry slams Pickles over 50th wind farm intervention

Communities Secretary calls in his 50th wind farm planning application for ministerial assessment, riding roughshod over local planning decisions

25 Sep 2014

India's Supreme Court cancels 214 coal mining licences

Reports confirm court stands by earlier ruling that licences were awarded illegally, declaring mines now have six months to wind down their operations

24 Sep 2014

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