Keele University is to become a living laboratory for emerging low carbon and smart energy technologies in what is thought to be the largest scheme of its type in Europe and North America.
A large group of major multinational companies has urged European member states to support a renewable energy target of at least 35% by 2030.
Any failure on the UK’s part to continue to co-operate with the European Union on energy and climate change post-Brexit would threaten to unnecessarily complicate the country’s carbon reduction plans.
Sustainability professionals within the energy sector are resoundingly in favour of continued use of environmental laws set at a European level, according to a new survey by the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA).
European renewables companies have become the latest to question the ambition of the European Commission’s clean energy package, launched last November.
With the global transition towards a low carbon future well underway, business leaders and policymakers recently convened at Google's office in Brussels to discuss how to make progress towards both public and private sector goals. David Pratt reports on what was said, and where this progress can be made going forward.
The British government has said it is “considering all options” regarding the union’s future relationship with the European Union relating to energy in a move which will offer scant clarity to Brexit’s potential impact on energy bills.
Large, European companies have concluded that deriving all of their energy demand from renewable sources represent a “major strategic opportunity” moving forward, according to a new report published by The Climate Group has found.