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Plans for the £450m Cleve Hill Park in Kent have divided opinion amid environmental concerns.
The challenge now is to make what for so long seemed politically impossible, instead politically inevitable.
Former Member of Parliament for South Suffolk and current chair of The New Nuclear Watch Institute sets out the case for nuclear power as an integral part of the UK's energy mix
How can the organisation reduce its impact on the environment?
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The roll-out of renewables will only be as effective as our ability to modernise energy grids.
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What are the key considerations for policymakers and the public as they move away from petrol and diesel-powered cars?
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The tide is turning for the UK’s marine energy market.
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The CEO and co-founder of Mixergy discusses his company’s new partnership with Centrica
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The economic and technological success of offshore wind is a constant.
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Wind and wave technologies are leading the fight against climate change, writes the professor of ocean engineering at the University of Plymouth and director of the Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy Hub