As energy and engineering giants rush into the sector, new report suggests European biomass industry will grow 50 per cent over next five years
It might be the oldest form of harnessable energy known to man, but that has not stopped the humble lump of wood enjoying something of a renaissance in recent years as governments across Europe look for...
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Scotrenewables' floating tidal stream turbine has generated 3GWh of renewable electricity in the first 12 months of operation
Landsec confirms that a year on from completing the installation of the UK retail sector's largest solar project it has cut electricity demand from the grid by 22 per cent