A recent poll has revealed that 78% of people want low carbon sources to power Britain in the future, with nuclear power coming top of the list with 26%.
The renewable energy companies competing for the £10m Saltire Prize will be announced by the Scottish government later.
The Union Environment Ministry’s expert appraisal committee has objected to West Bengal’s Super Critical Imported Coal Based Thermal Power Plant at Nayachar Island, saying that it stands on ecologi
Energy generated by using wind, solar, small hydro, tides, geothermal heat and biomass is known a non-conventional energy. All these sources are renewable process of energy generation and do not cause environmental pollution.
The Kalpasar dam project, envisaged more than a decade ago to resolve the water woes in Saurashtra and Kutch region in Gujarat, is yet to take off, official sources said.
Climate Change Minister Greg Barker will today cut the ribbon on Scotland's first designated zone for the development of marine energy, delivering a major boost to the fledgling sector.
Public concern for issues such as climate change and energy security are dwindling, according to a report published today.
Record growth over the last year pushed the UK green goods and services market past the £122bn mark, according to new government figures that reveal the low carbon economy now employs almost one mi
Britain's ageing nuclear reactors, which were due to close in the next decade, are set to be kept open under a plan approved by the industry's regulator.
The installed capacity of the UK's wave and tidal sector has grown 40-fold in the past ten years. Ministers expect similarly impressive growth by 2020. But to achieve this, the country needs arrays.
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