A million pound project to help West Midlands companies benefit from green technology has been launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
Alan Clawley comes face to face with the realities of a ‘low carbon’ economy: “What’s in it for me?”
An EU-funded project has been set up to encourage West Midlands-based organisations to adopt novel ‘green’ technologies and methods.
Birmingham will host a prestigious conference and exhibition on solar power later this month.
“No more pylons – no more windfarms”. Alan Clawley wonders where the leccy is going to be coming from.
Coventry is set to become a hotbed for low carbon innovation after Coventry University awarded global ‘Living Labs’ status by the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL).
“Houses that sweat, chimneys that soak up heat, and solar power systems for cloudy climates – as the housing industry gets back on its feet, there are terrific opportunities in green technology”
Building on the success of last year’s Big Lunch, Northfield Ecocentre are holding a Big Green Food Weekend
Bolivia is planning to table a draft United Nations treaty giving “Mother Earth” the same rights as humans.*
With government backed Feed in Tariffs set to rise in April there is unlikely to be a better time to jump on the home-generated energy bandwagon that seems to be rumbling across the country.