Two freeports are to be created in Wales for the first time in a bid to boost the country's economy, the UK and Welsh governments have announced.
Having a bold vision between people with the chutzpah and drive to turn that into reality is a very scarce commodity in the British Isles.
Welsh ministers have unveiled plans for the country to meet 100% of its electricity needs from renewable sources by 2035, as well as a new £1m offshore wind fund.
Aberdeen-based, Apollo, has been awarded a contract to provide feasibility engineering to a proposed hydrogen pipeline from Pembroke to the Swansea Bay area.
Concerns have been raised for the UK coastline after a 500-barrel oil spill into the East Irish Sea from a pipeline operated by Eni.
Developer Renewable Energy Systems (RES) has been granted planning permission for the proposed 90-MW Llanbrynmair wind farm in Powys, mid-Wales, after more than a decade of legal challenges.
How best to describe Scotland’s current energy predicament? Well, no-one can resist a football analogy - and inspiration duly came as I tuned in to the recent World Cup play-off draw.
France has joined a group of countries and states that support fixing a date to end fossil fuel exploration, putting its name to an initiative that was snubbed by the UK.
The UK Government has set aside tens of millions of pounds to build new large-scale floating offshore wind ports and factories.
Budweiser Brewing Group has announced plans to use green hydrogen in order to decarbonise operations at its Wales brewery.
The UK has set the goal of reaching Net Zero by 2050. To achieve this outcome, the country must tackle both supply and demand, while also overseeing far-reaching changes in how energy is delivered. Crucially, we must do all of this working within the constraints and opportunities associated with our existing energy system infrastructure.
The UK competition watchdog has published a review into electric vehicle charging, warning some parts of the country are at risk of being “left behind”.
Nova Innovation has secured £1.2 million in backing from the Welsh Government for its Enlli tidal energy project in north Wales.
Total has agreed to buy 80% of the 96 megawatt Erebus floating wind project off Wales.
As we enter a new decade, I’m sure I’m not alone in reflecting on matters that are personally important, together with major issues that impact on society, the environment and the economy.
When two U.K. power plants shut down almost simultaneously in London’s first major blackout for a decade, it triggered a storm of questions about how to avoid another failure.
Japanese conglomerate Hitachi confirmed it will halt work on its nuclear power projects in the U.K. and said it will take a one-time charge amid a shift away from reactor sales.
Engineering consultancy ABB has started work on a contract to manage the dismantling of a refinery in south Wales.
The Government should negotiate a price for electricity at a planned new nuclear power station in Wales below that agreed for the delayed site at Hinkley Point, according to a committee of MPs.
Protesters say they have halted work at Britain’s biggest open-cast coal mine following a demonstration involving hundreds of people.
BRE Wales & South West along with a consortium of partners have won funding from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to boost innovation in the heat network industry. A number of proposals were successful under the competition and will be allocated a share of £1million to carry out feasibility studies on their proposed innovation. The consortium which includes BRE, Barden Energy, Bizcat UK, Elgocell, the Home Group (and some of its Cumbrian tenants), will use the capital to look at how viable it is to create a super-efficient district heating network in low rise social housing using innovative Swedish technology.