Hurricane Maria which is heading towards British overseas territories and the Caribbean has rapidly intensified, as a second major storm looks set to batter the region just days after Irma.
Homeowners and businesses not incapacitated by the storm have begun the arduous and emotional work of separating destroyed possessions and materials by type and placing them curbside. Cities have begun the intimidating logistics of picking it up and transporting it to its final destination.
A survey, commissioned by the climate change organisation 10:10, and carried out by YouGov has found many would not like to live near a nuclear plant or fracking site.
The “slowdown” in global warming is over, the Met Office has said.
It is still physically possible to meet ambitious climate goals agreed by world leaders to limit global temperatures rises to 1.5C, scientists have said.
The start of an inquiry into an ill-fated green energy scheme that triggered the collapse of powersharing in Northern Ireland has been delayed.
Strathmore Energy Research Centre (SERC) a market driven research facility in Kenya has announced it's new renewables based projects and training facility.
Estonian company Marketex Offshore Constructions, a BLRT Grupp affiliate, has produced and delivered 21 anchors for the Aberdeen Bay windfarm project.
An 18 turbine wind farm is to be built near Dalmellington, Dumfries and Galloway.
Scottish energy storage company redT energy has signed a number of partnership contracts, including agreements with Central & Eastern European and South East Asian distributors.
Scotland’s energy minister, Paul Wheelhouse, has confirmed that carbon capture and storage plans in the north-east are not reliant on UK Government support.
The Scottish Greens have said they hope the “end is in sight” in their long-running campaign to ban fracking.
The purchase of energy from two wind farms will enable the company to outstrip their greenhouse reduction commitments by four years.
New research from leading business energy consultancy Inenco has provided insight into how the role of the energy manager will change by 2030, and has highlighted the level of investment needed if businesses are to future-proof their operations.
Japan’s nuclear policy-setting Atomic Energy Commission has called for nuclear power to remain a key component of the country’s energy supply despite broad public support for a less nuclear-reliant society.
North Lanarkshire based company ABO Wind has submitted a planning application to Scottish Borders Council for a new onshore wind farm.
A new concept mocked up by a leading interiors specialist illustrates what a future powered by footfall might look like.
About 40,000 households across the EU were installed with a Home Energy Management system in 2016, according to a report published by an energy research group.
Norwegian operator Statoil has upgraded a platform - and the move was carried out with just inches to spare at the dock in Norway.
A technology quango is looking to push the boundaries of what kind of Scottish weather that wave energy devices can survive by funding 13 innovative projects.
A survey has shown that US corporations and institutions are honouring their climate change promises and strengthening their interest in renewable energies.
Texas South Energy and GulfSlope Energy have combined to jointly drill a minimum of three exploratory wells for oil and gas prospects.
Renewables company, Anesco, has gained accreditation to supply energy storage batteries to the UK solar farm market.
The financial commitment made by the company includes a $600,000 contribution to the American Red Cross to support immediate relief efforts.
Sustainable hydrogen gas has been produced for the first time from tidal energy.