NEC's memory chip uses small magnets to retain data and can cut standby consumption to zero for electronics such as TVs
Japanese scientists have developed a new micro-processing chip which they claim could do away with the energy loss caused by appliances while on "standby". Existing chips in electronics that eat up...
Government response to consultation on controlling biomass ROC subsidy costs opens path for energy giant to convert a fourth biomass unit
German renewables giant promises to spend €3.5bn on new renewable capacity over the next three years, with major focus on solar PV rollout
Influential waste advisory body says it will continue to focus on tackling food waste, plastics, and other areas, as charity confirms restructuring is underway
Trading arm Toyota Tshusho shells out A$282 to acquire 15 per cent stake in Australia's Orocobre