Richard Lutz on the need to balance nature with energy policy.
Redhall Jex is nearing completion of a nine month contract to build a bio-energy plant located within a new facility on the Aston University site in Birmingham.
HOWARD ELSTON (DOA), our political reporter, interviews Tim Yeo as he steps down from a powerful select committee following revelations over his controversial links with energy lobbies.
MWA Technology is planning to celebrate its 20th birthday in style in this month, when it heads for its largest ever appearance at Sustainability Live 2013
One of the biggest breakthroughs in controlling electricity distribution for decades is being developed in the heart of the West Midlands.
The Government has today backed Ofgem‟s countdown to simpler, clearer and fairer energy market.
The Bill proposes wholesale changes to the £5.6bn scrap metal industry, the principle recipients of stolen metal
Sources from the deepest entrails of Whitehall have confirmed to me exclusively that the government is to rent out Nick Clegg at the lowest possible tariff rates to boost flagging popularity.
Pakistan must act now to resolve its continued debilitating power shortages that are grinding industry to a halt and robbing the population of a basic necessity warns Dr Kamal Munir
There is a Government scheme to insulate people’s homes to protect them from the cold and to save them money on their heating bills.
A new power management project has saved Coventry University over £2,000 during its first month
Coventry University has been ranked in the top quarter of higher education institutions for its environmental performance in the People & Planet Green League 2012
A hydrogen fuel cell vehicle which was conceived and manufactured in Coventry has been shortlisted for a prestigious international transport design award.
Spring appears to be here with brighter weather on the horizon, but older people who cannot afford to heat their homes are still vulnerable
Twelve apprenticeship opportunities have been created in waste management to support young people into employment and training.
Coventry University joined with the Africa Programme at Chatham House to host an international conference on oil politics and sub-Saharan Africa.
“Throwing billions of pounds at roads and dirty energy will increase our dependency on gas, coal and oil and lock cash-strapped homes and businesses into spiraling fuel bills.”
The European Investment Bank has agreed to provide £150m of long-term funding to Vattenfall for the Thanet Offshore Wind Farm.
With an icy blast forecast a local warmth scheme is encouraging residents in Birmingham with cold or damp related illnesses to think ahead
“No more pylons – no more windfarms”. Alan Clawley wonders where the leccy is going to be coming from.
David Cameron would like us to believe that the pain inflicted on us by the government after the banking crash will be more bearable if we believe him, writes Alan Clawley
Birmingham city council have continued their drive towards low carbon usage with increased eco-friendly transport.
Bolivia is planning to table a draft United Nations treaty giving “Mother Earth” the same rights as humans.*
Stetchford based Neely Transport is hitting the road to a brighter future, after splashing out on the latest fuel-efficient vehicles.
St Mary’s in Moseley has finally been given the go-ahead to ‘go green’