Green manifesto for 2050 includes measures for transport and clean energy but could put islands on a path to confrontation with Madrid
The island nation is the first to use more electricity on mining cryptocurriencies than on its households – thanks in part to its magma-fuelled power plants
Capacity is growing fast and turbines getting bigger – some almost as large as the Shard
Slowing economy, mild weather and energy-efficient appliances among possible reasons for decline
A female wolf originally from East Germany has traveled across Europe to arrive in Belgium, marking the country's first sighting in at least 100 years...
Government tells 200 companies they have four years to stop sourcing gas from Groningen field after increasingly significant earthquakes
The biggest impact comes from electricity used to power the microwaves, but study also highlights rising environmental cost of our throwaway culture
French authorities are investigating whether Apple deliberately slows down older iPhones in order to increase sales, AFP reports. Read More
The United Kingdom recently marked its greatest year ever for the use of clean energy, breaking 13 national renewable energy records in the process. According to a report by the National Grid, the UK generated more power...
Advanced plans by Dutch power grid aims to build power hub possibly at Dogger Bank whose scale would dwarf current offshore sites
The cost of electricity in Germany has decreased so dramatically in the past few days that major consumers have actually been paid to use power from the grid...
It was a tale of two years – the best of times and the worst of times. But not everything went wrong – from Mata’s 1% to orangutans, we look at the good
The French Parliament recently passed into law a complete ban on the extraction of oil and gas within any of France's territories. Beginning in 2040, fracking, oil drilling, and other extraction methods will be banned across...
French parliamentarians have passed a law banning fossil fuel extraction. President Macron says he wants France to lead the world with switch to renewables
A flaw in Europe’s clean energy plan allows fuel from felled trees to qualify as renewable energy when in fact this would accelerate climate change and devastate forests
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