Plymouth and Exeter universities have completed the first set of ecological studies as part of the EU Horizon 2020 funded CEFOW (Clean Energy from Ocean Waves) project.
British think tank, the Centre for Policy Studies, says the UK Government is falling short of its own energy targets on domestic capacity.
Energy services company, Hunting, has stated that its revenues have mainly ‘continued to strengthen’ in Q3 due to the strong showing this year by the US onshore energy market.
Exploration, development and production company, Rose Petroleum, has announced the acquisition of data received from the seismic shoot within the Paradox Basin in the state of Utah, USA.
Recently Risen Energy announced that their new PV product: the High-Efficiency Half-Cut Cell PV Module was the first to acquire the 2017 Top Runner first-class certificate issued by the China Quality Certification Centre (CQC).
A new pan-industry alliance formed between the UK’s leading energy organisations has been hailed as an unprecedented ‘new era of smart energy’.
Local media in northeast Nebraska has announced that a previously dormant wind development is back on the table at Rattlesnake Creek.
A new report released by Aurora Energy Research has claimed that the UK Government has underestimated the amount of subsidy it will have to pay to UK wind farms by £80million per annum, including Moray East Wind Farm in northern Scotland.
Scottish energy company SSE and Yorkshire outfit Drax have asked that Philip Hammond post a ‘robust and strong’ carbon price come the Autumn budget announcement.
Oil traded near $52 a barrel as OPEC reported record compliance with pledged production cuts and U.S. drilling slowed again.
China has said its trade with North Korea is permitted by UN Security Council resolutions which say sanctions imposed over Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile programmes should avoid hurting “humanitarian needs”.
Republicans have begun the process of dismantling legislation put in place by President Obama designed to cut emissions for US power plants.
A proposal for the erection of new turbines in Highland Perthshire has been rejected by the Scottish Government.
US President Donald Trump has stated his intention to rip-up the Iran nuclear deal unless 'serious flaws' are examined under negotiation.
Sarah Beattie-Smith reacts to Nicola Sturgeon’s comments in Reykjavik concerning climate change, saying the First Minister was ‘absolutely right’ to claim Scotland has a moral duty to act on climate change.
The general secretary of Prospect, Mike Clancy, has warned of widespread industry disruption if MP’s don’t support Euratom amendment.
Total is reportedly interested in the Majnoon oil field situated in southern Iraq which Royal Dutch Shell is planning to pull out of.
Aberdeen-based oil and gas engineering company, Eserve International, have secured backing from the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) to put together a new intelligent dimensional control survey and design platform
A new passenger service will be added to energy logistics provider Peterson’s portfolio from Zeeland Airport to service those in the renewable energy industry.
IT services company, ENGIE IT, has chosen Clarizen to represent its interest in using a cloud based service to increase energy-efficient services while driving efficiency and reducing costs.
Labour has claimed four million households in fuel poverty will face a winter of “cold homes or astronomical bills” because the Government dithered introducing a price cap on energy tariffs.
A nuclear site criticised over its safety is seeking a team of health boffins - with starting salaries of £46,000 “upwards.”
Wide-ranging plans to cut carbon emissions and boost the economy put the UK on the right track but more action is needed, the Government has been urged.
The response to the UK Governments new strategy for a low carbon future has been met with excitement, confusion and disappointment from industry leaders.
The Scottish Government has expressed its disappointment at the lack of UK wide collaboration toward the Clean Growth Strategy and that they were ‘given only one day’s notice to respond’ toward the report.