Carrots, not sticks
By Samira Shackle - 25 January 13:51

The head of the Environment Agency favours tough action against polluters – but won’t support puniti

Garbage into gold
By Sarah Lewis-Hammond - 25 January 13:45

New technology offers ever more ingenious ways to turn the detritus of life into valuable forms of e

Samsung C&T Consortium to bag $6bn renewable energy contract from Canada
By New Statesman - 25 January 9:54

A South Korean consortium led by Samsung C&T is set to bag a multi billion dollar contract to build

CPUC approves allocation of refunds to natural gas customers
By New Statesman - 25 January 9:53

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has approved allocation of approximately $113m to

Timberlake energy acquires Rhoton oil lease properties
By New Statesman - 25 January 9:52

Timberlake Energy, an exploration company focused on purchasing oil and gas leases in the US, has ac

KBR and BP sign technology collaboration agreement
By New Statesman - 25 January 9:50

KBR, an engineering, construction and services company, has signed a collaboration agreement with BP

Cavu acquires gas pipeline in Northeastern Oklahoma
By New Statesman - 25 January 9:49

Cavu Resources (Cavu) has acquired an additional 5.5 miles of a gas pipeline that extends east from

Solar Panels Plus Unveils DC-powered Air Conditioner
By New Statesman - 22 January 11:38

Solar Panels Plus, a designer and manufacturer of solar water heaters, solar air conditioning/heatin

National Grid Unveils Smart Grid Pilot Program For New York
By New Statesman - 22 January 11:36

National Grid has proposed a smart grid demonstration program in the Syracuse area that will serve a

OSyS To Provide Fuel-Efficient Analytical Tools To Qatar Airways
By New Statesman - 22 January 11:33

Optimized Systems and Solutions (OSyS) will assist Qatar Airways to improve further its fuel efficie

Tullow Discovers Oil, Gas-Condensate At Tweneboa-2, Ghana
By New Statesman - 22 January 11:28

UK-based company Tullow Oil has discovered an oil and gas-condensate field on the Tweneboa-2 well of

DOE To Provide $12m To Support Solar Technologies
By New Statesman - 22 January 11:12

The US Department of Energy's (DOE's) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will invest up to

Ofgem approves a potential £1bn investment for electricity network upgrades
By Staff blogger - 21 January 12:29

The energy regulator Ofgem has published final proposals for funding the first tranche of projects f

Regal Petroleum updates on operations in Ukraine
By Staff blogger - 21 January 11:39

Regal Petroleum has provided an update on its drilling and production operations in Ukraine. At the

Globeleq buys 70 per cent of Central American renewable energy business
By Staff blogger - 21 January 11:37

Globeleq Generation has acquired a majority interest in Energias Renovables de Mesoamerica (ERM or M

Solland, AT&S to build prototype line for PV modules with Sunweb technology
By Staff blogger - 21 January 11:35

The Dutch-German company Solland Solar and Austria Technology & Systemtechnik (AT&S) will build a pr

Serica farms out East Irish sea blocks to Agora Oil & Gas
By Staff blogger - 21 January 11:33

Serica Energy has signed an agreement with Agora Oil & Gas UK (Agora) for the farm-out of UK East Ir

Scania signs agreement with Terex to supply engines
By Staff blogger - 20 January 10:43

Scania, a manufacturer of trucks and buses for heavy transport applications and of industrial and ma

UK’s REG acquires high Haswell wind site
By Staff blogger - 20 January 10:41

UK-based Renewable Energy Generation (REG) has acquired a fully consented wind site at High Haswell

Toshiba wins order for smart grid trial
By Staff blogger - 20 January 10:39

Japan-based Toshiba has won a contract from the Okinawa Electric Power for testing a smart-grid syst

Xcel Energy completes transmission projects to deliver wind energy
By Staff blogger - 20 January 10:38

Xcel Energy has completed the Buffalo Ridge Incremental Generation Outlet (BRIGO) transmission proje

European offshore wind capacity up 54% in 2009: EWEA
By Staff blogger - 20 January 10:36

In 2009, a total of eight new wind farms consisting of 199 offshore wind turbines, with a combined p

UK government launches second phase of carbon offsetting facility
By Staff blogger - 20 January 10:35

The UK government has launched the second phase of its Carbon Offsetting Facility (GCOF II), which w

BHP Billiton to spend $267m on coal mine development
By Staff blogger - 19 January 10:55

Mining company BHP Billiton has pre-approved capital expenditure of $267m to develop the Caval Ridge

Denison Mines will process materials from White Canyon Uranium
By Staff blogger - 19 January 10:54

US-based uranium producer Denison Mines has agreed to process all material produced from White Canyo

Iraq, Shell and Petronas partner to develop Majnoon oilfields
By Staff blogger - 19 January 10:52

The Ministry of Oil in Iraq, US energy and petrochemical company Shell and Malaysian oil and gas com

LyondellBasell launches new PP resin for rainwater management
By Staff blogger - 19 January 10:51

LyondellBasell Industries has launched a new polypropylene (PP) resin that aims to meet customer req

First Solar acquires new solar project from Edison group
By Staff blogger - 19 January 10:50

First Solar, a solar module manufacturer and utility systems provider, has acquired a portion of Edi

Mitsubishi develops energy saving elevator technology
By Staff blogger - 18 January 11:36

Mitsubishi Electric has developed a multi-elevator technology, which it claims, can reduce energy co

Apache to acquire stake in Canada Kitimat LNG Project
By Staff blogger - 18 January 11:35

Apache, an oil and gas exploration and production company, will acquire 51% of Kitimat LNG's planned