Wave energy could provide over 10 per cent of the UK’s electricity needs, and we’re closer than ever to turning this potential into reality. But we need a more intelligent approach to make sure this happens.
As debate around the latest incarnation of the controversial Severn Barrage scheme rumbles on, an alternative vision for renewable energy in the Bristol Channel promises comparable amounts of power, less environmental damage and better long-term economic prospects. So is it time for a rethink?
Britain’s balance of payments or trade deficit has officially ballooned to £20.8 billion. Investing in renewable energy offers an opportunity to reverse that trend.
The Ecover Blue Mile seems to have found the ideal way to open people’s minds to the dire health of our marine environment. Now’s a chance for your organisation to get involved.
The Chancellor’s Budget, last week, was trailed as a ‘Budget for Growth’, but was it? And how prominently was ‘green growth’ going to feature in Treasury economic planning?
As the incident at Japanese nuclear power plant Fukushima Daiichi worsens, works are underway at Hinkley Point, one of several new nuclear power plants planned in the UK. But is nuclear power too risky to include in Britain’s low carbon energy mix?