Energy and Environment Ministers from nine European member states, including the UK, France and Germany,are warning that an ongoing low carbon price could lead to increased costs for business and threaten the credibility of carbon markets.
Scotland and South Korea have signed an agreement to encourage the exchange of knowledge, ideas and technologies to develop their marine energy industries.
Ten small-scale wind turbines have been installed at Stornoway wastewater treatment works in Scottish Water’s first project of its kind in Scotland.
In an article for Waterbriefing, Anders Jansson, CEO, Minesto explains how new technology for harvesting energy from low velocity ocean and tidal currents multiplies the potential for marine energy, why UK and Irish waters are especially promising for marine renewables and what the current barriers to uptake are.
Wales’ first full-scale tidal energy generator has been awarded a £1.6m EU grant to fund its deployment in Ramsey Sound, Pembrokeshire.
South West Water is installing more solar panels at its operational sites after breaking the million kilowatt-hour (KWh) milestone in 2012.
The Government needs to stop dithering and encourage companies to start fracking, MPs said today, though warned that shale gas may not cause gas prices to fall in future.
The Crown Estate has launched a new website to support industry collaboration in the emerging wave and tidal industry.
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) and HR Wallingford have launched a tidal energy modelling tool for use by developers to identify the most efficient sites for tidal energy converters, tidal arrays or tidal barrage schemes around the UK and French coastlines.
UK consultancy Kenneth Grubb Associates Ltd (KGAL) has been appointed as the M&E design specialist for the proposed £650 million Swansea Bay tidal lagoon.