Equinor and SSE Thermal have announced plans to develop a pair of “first of a kind” low-carbon power stations in the UK.
Three years after going it alone to run a new oil business in Nigeria, two north-east businessmen are now sitting on a field they think could produce 50,000 barrels a day in four years.
When Bob Rooney put together a business plan for his employer, he could not have known that it would lead to his dismissal.
ORKNEY'S lead in marine renewables is battling a barrier over electricity grid transmission issues, according to the islands' council.
A study looking at the feasibility of capturing and using waste heat from power stations for warming homes and providing hot water is to be carried out by the UK's Energy Technologies Institute.
Ofgem's Project Discovery reveals the folly of the electricity free-for-all. Last month began with the conversion of Ofgem, the energy regulator, to the idea that major market reforms are required if Britain is going to keep the lights on over the coming decade.
Last month, the member states of the European Union (EU) and European Parliament approved - in a fanfare of publicity - a climate and energy package proposed by the European Commission (EC). It has been popularly described as the 20/20/20 package - to establish a 20% share for renewable energy and to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 20% by the year 2020.