The push to find low-carbon energy solutions is gaining momentum in the academic world and eclipses the effort being directed towards oil and gas and coal-related research by universities.
Britain's electricity system will be able to operate with 100% clean power by 2025, the company responsible for balancing the grid said.
Energy services giant Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) today announced its commitment to eliminating its carbon dioxide emissions by 2050.
Green campaigners have welcomed moves by the Government to host major international climate talks in the UK in 2020.
As clean energy emerges into its bright post-subsidy future, many within the industry were eagerly anticipating announcements within the Chancellor’s Budget designed to boost the sector into its next growth phase. In the event however, the topic was not mentioned, ceding further ground to other priorities.
Environmental campaigners have criticised the government's u-turn on carbon tax as a "giant two-fingers" to the Paris Agreement.
To curb greenhouse gas emissions, nations, states, and major conurbations/cities should aim for a mix of fuel-saving, plus flexible and highly reliable sources of energy.
The Scottish Government published Scotland’s first Energy Strategy in December last year.
Energy giant Shell has announced that it is on the lookout for the UK’s most promising low-carbon businesses, offering a funding pot of £350,000.
The Scottish Government has launched a taskforce to help the country achieve a carbon-neutral economy.
Britain's biggest power station is piloting the first bioenergy carbon capture storage (Beccs) project of its type in Europe - a move it says could eventually make it carbon negative.
A £60 million fund to help drive low carbon innovation has now opened for business.
BP chief executive Bob Dudley claims Donald Trump's presidency shouldn't affect the global energy giant's operations.
Almost half the UK’s electricity came from clean energy sources such as wind and nuclear power last year, official figures have revealed.
An environmental group has brokered a cross-party deal to make Scotland’s buildings more energy efficient and cut emissions from electrical generators, food producers and vehicles.
Three UK institutions are working to develop enough electricity to power two universities. The Crown Estate, Aberdeen University and The Robert Gordon University (RGU) are to carry out a project that will produce enough energy for two universities.
North Sea nations will hold the key in Europe’s transition to a low-carbon economy but political ambition will be essential. A report by Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) made the analysis as it issued a report which calls for specific policy support and wider political ambition within the EU. The European Commission will meet stakeholders today in Edinburgh to discuss a strategic vision for energy infrastructure in the North Sea basin.
North energy firms have recruited thousands of people in the past two years alone, according to figures published yesterday.
The Arnish fabrication yard on Lewis is to get a £2million shot in the arm from a Scottish investment fund aimed at boosting low carbon and green projects, it has been announced today.