An Irish power firm has snapped up its first UK based wind farms after announcing the market was 'key' to a low carbon future.
Plans to build an incinerator to dispose of waste from Northern Ireland's chicken farms have once again been stalled, with the local council deciding not to decide on the latest application, and passing it up the chain to a public review.
The Scottish government is offering almost 100,000 householders help to improve the energy efficiency of their homes.
A green skills centre teaching more than 1,300 people a year to work in green technologies is being set up in the Welsh valleys.
The government has been forced to correct mistakes in greenhouse gas conversion rates used by businesses to measure their carbon footprints.
A multi-million pound project to clean up a toxic mining waste dump which left neighbours fearing for their health has entered its second phase.
Taking oil from tar sands could prove a 'toxic' investment for international oil companies amid falling oil prices, experts say
Belgium's largest wind farm will be built off the coast of the country with European funding of €300m (£254 million).
Buildings in Spain could soon be built to BREEAM standards after an agreement to bring the scheme to the country.
Switching from weekly to fortnightly waste collections would not pose any increased risk to health nor cause a greater nuisance to householders, according to a report commissioned by an industry body and Government advisers.
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