Plans for introducing a staged reduction to Feed-In Tariff (FITs) as an attempt to sort out confusion engulfing the solar industry are due to be announced next week.
The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) 'misled' MPs by claiming new nuclear was needed to meet the UK's increasing energy needs, according to a new report.
The Government has 'greatly overestimated' the costs of burying electricity cables underground, according to anti-pylon campaigners.
Tackling droughts and energy inefficient homes are at the centre of new partnership between two of the UK's biggest utility firms.
Environmental group WWF has criticised plans by the European Commission to add 15 new chemicals to the current EU list of 33 dangerous water pollutants, arguing proposals "fall short".
The National Trust has appointed outsourcing firm Reconomy to manage waste across all of its properties for the next five years.
A project to encourage greater uptake of anaerobic digestion (AD) technologies among rural and small businesses has been launched.
What will the future be like in terms of consumer lifestyles in 2025? And how will these be affected by sustainability issues? The FutureScapes project aims to find out. Chris Clifton reports
There is a power station on the South Coast in Shoreham. It is in the middle of the harbour, with a famous chimney standing proud on the horizon all around. This power station has its cooling water flowing straight out into the sea.
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