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Thursday 17 August 2017
17 August 2017 - NEWS UPDATE
Renewable Energy

Government axe falls on Navitus Bay windfarm plans

Energy Ministers have rejected plans for the controversial £3.5bn Navitus Bay windfarm, planned off the south coast of England.

Renewable Energy

Now is the time to invest in solar and energy efficiency

As the price of diesel falls to a five-year low, the solar energy market has never been more attractive for businesses and households to invest in a revenue-generating, carbon-cutting future.

Renewable Energy

Scotland and Wales stand together in battle for community green energy projects

The Scottish and Welsh Governments have linked-up to call on Energy Secretary Amber Rudd to re-think Whitehall plans to cut support for renewable energy projects.



Renewable Energy

World’s biggest offshore wind farm project gets go-ahead

Energy Ministers have granted planning consent for the construction of the next stage of the giant Dogger Bank offshore wind farm in the North Sea – the biggest offshore wind project in the world.


Renewable Energy

Wind-powered kites could deliver future green energy

Essex-based clean-tech company Kite Power Solutions has embarked on a £10M funding round to support the commercial development of its kite power technology for deployment in offshore waters.



Renewable Energy

Which renewable energy offers the best return to the investor?

Renewable energy projects can offer significant investment opportunities for developers, investors and landowners, with recent high profile investors including Bill Gates who has announced $2 billion investment in green energy technology and research, and The National Trust's announcement for £30 million investment in renewable energy to heat and power more of the historic places that it looks after.


Renewable Energy

Huge gap in energy-from–waste capacity is costing the UK the Earth

The Green Investment Bank (GIB) has highlighted a massive gap in the amount of waste produced in the UK and the infrastructure in place to transform it into renewable energy.

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Renewable Energy

Political meddling is damaging UK’s low-carbon energy drive, CBI warns

Short-term thinking is distorting the debate on the UK’s energy future, risking investment and opportunity, a conference of business leaders and politicians will be told today.