Capital investment of £30bn needed over next decade to comply with EU 30 per cent renewable electric
Company benefits from cold winter and falling wholesale prices.
Firm aiming to help lower both costs and carbon footprint.
New standard to certify organisations' efforts at lowering emissions.
Preliminary analysis suggests prospects for well better than expected.
Wave Hub project will test out wave energy technology at site off the coast of Cornwall.
Greenhouse gas project investigating storing CO2 in depleted oil reservoirs.
Oil group plans to start drilling in 2011
First sale of BP assets after the Gulf spill includes oil fields in the US and gas reserves in Canad
Canadian Solar and Green City Energy installed rooftop solar panels generating 1MW of power for city
Telecom company will use long range radio tech to introduce smart metering across UK.
Beleagured energy group agrees deal to develop gas supply.
Invesco Perpetual says it might stop new investment unless regulators free up price controls on rene
Energy agency says China's energy consumption has doubled in a decade.
Companies will work together on range of eco-friendly technologies.
Kandi Technologies begins building first battery charging station in Jinhua City.
Company should finish testing within a month.
Merger of French utility and the British energy group would result in a combined £50bn company.
Energy company will purchase cellulosic biofuels section from US-based Verenium.
US officials voice concern that gas is leaking from ocean floor, dampening hopes that the disaster w
Acquisition is part of Total's strategy to expand operation in the Gulf of Guinea.
The plant will use recycled wood, agricultural and forestry residues as fuels.
Obama welcomes "positive sign" but warns that new cap may only be a temporary solution.
A congressional committee has imposed measure against companies with poor safety records.
Municipality orders 60 eco-friendly vehicles.
Company still in the process of analysing new find.
UK energy company to acquire coal-fired power stations in India.
Engineering Employers' Federation believes £200bn of investment is needed to safeguard the interests
Additional drilling is provisionally planned for later this year.