Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Yorkshire Water starts new leakage detection trial

YORKSHIRE Water is working with Inflowmatix on a new project, as part of its increasing investment into smart networks, which the company hopes will...

£4 million boost for more than 1,000 new EV charging points in London

MAYOR of London, Sadiq Khan, together with London Councils and Transport for London, is investing £4 million across 29 boroughs to install 1,000 new...

GridBeyond named as one of the world-leading technology innovators for their intelligent energy platform

GRIDBEYOND has been named a 2020 Global Cleantech 100 company for its intelligent energy technology platform that connects grid operators to energy services. The 2020...

United Nations award goes to an energy startup born out of UK university pollution...

AN ENERGY start-up in India, born out of an Aston University scheme aiming to tackle the international challenge of dealing with agricultural waste, has...

EDF Renewables offers locals a chance to invest in their wind farm in Wales

EDF Renewables is announcing plans to develop a wind farm called Garn Fach, south of Newtown, Powys, in partnership with 14 local farming families. The...

A Scottish Council smashes its carbon targets

EAST Dunbartonshire Council in Scotland has reduced its carbon footprint by 41% and exceeded its five-year target a year early. However, that is just the...

Stafford asks opinions on council’s climate change plans

RESIDENTS, businesses and organisations across Stafford Borough in the West Midlands are to be asked their views on a plan to help reduce the...

UK must invest £50bn to green projects in response to future recession, says new...

NEW research by the New Economics Foundation has recommended that the UK government invest 2-3% of GDP in green projects, such as renewables, in...

New task force launched to target waste criminals

A NEW task force dedicated to tackling serious and organised waste crime, such as dumping hazardous materials on private land and falsely labelling waste...

Edinburgh to transform city centre for pedestrians and low emission travel

EDINBURGH'S tram line could be extended to Granton and south to the Bio Quarter while many of the city’s iconic streets could be pedestrianised...

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