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Prime minister says ‘enough is enough’ over payments for energy source and says put them in planning systemDavid Cameron claimed on Tuesday the public was “fed up” with onshore windfarms and said the country did not...
Campaigners criticise ‘banker-style’ salary paid to CEO of company at the heart of government’s green deal scheme after the firm was bailed out with millions of pounds of public money
European laws to boost recycling and cut air pollution deaths will be amended rather than scrapped
The renewable power industry needs a fresh approach if it is to win the public’s support and reach its full potential, says OVO Energy’s Jessica Lennard
Controversial government plan involves consumers footing bill to guarantee nuclear, coal and gas plants will help plug future energy shortagesEDF, one of the UK’s big six energy suppliers, could be in line for a £1bn...
Solid wall insulation element of £30m Home Improvement Fund closes but consumers can still apply for other energy efficiency measures, reports BusinessGreen
Relaunch of government’s flagship scheme to help people install energy efficient measures in their homes was temporarily delayed after technical problems bugged the website
Pilot project in Sunderland hailed a success with GP and outpatient visits reduced by a third and heating bills cut by £30 a month
The E1 thermoelectric generator, made by clean technology company Alphabet Energy, is for mining, oil and gas extractions, but its makers say that’s just the start
£30m in vouchers to be released under Green Deal Home Improvement Fund but huge demand expectedHomeowners will be able to claim up to £5,600 from the government towards home improvements such as a new boiler and cavity...
Delay to measures phasing out energy-guzzling halogen bulbs risks €8.6bn of energy savings being lost, efficiency groups warn
Toyota is betting on its hydrogen fuel cell Mirai as the next generation of green car, but they face a hard sell to replicate popularity of their top-selling Prius
Look for wasted urban heat and you see it everywhere. Cities worldwide are finally starting to address this with collective methods to stay toasty
Mega-TV screens will be forced to reduce energy use under new proposals that set the scene for ‘ecodesign’ battles to come over kettles, toasters, and hairdryers
Former US energy chief and Nobel physicist says UK plan to build various types of reactors is expensive and time-consuming
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