Oil giant BP has sold it’s stake in Vivergo Fuel to Associated British Foods (ABF) which is now the majority shareholder with 94% interest. Vivergo was formed in 2007 as a joint venture between the two companies – which had ...Read More »
An IT company has joined forces with a green technology firm to develop wind turbines that can attac...
After a price cap was announced by energy regulator Ofgem, four million customers on prepayment ener...
Experts have warned that by a government decision to quit Europe’s atomic power treaty, Britain’s fi...
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By 2030 under plans published by the Scottish government, half of Scotland’s heat, transport a...
Prime Minister David Cameron defended his party’s Green record on the radio this morning, regarding his lack of concern for energy. He said his government had “a very strong green record” and the Conservative party had grown the economy but cut carbon ...Read More »
Twenty percent of Labour and Liberal Democrat candidates are said to be opposed to fracking, despite the views of their parties. The Pledge, circulated by Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth, asked candidates to promise: “If my constituency is at ...Read More »
BP has old part of it’s share in a UK North Sea project for £324 million. Antin Infrastructure Partners has bought a 36.22% interest in the Central Area Transmission System (CATS), which transports and processes gas for most of the major ...Read More »
Major oil company bosses and government officials have committed to ending routine gas flaring at oil production sites across the world. Companies including Royal Dutch Shell, Statoil, Kuwait Oil Co. and countries such as Russia, Norway and France were ...Read More »
DONG Energy, Denmark’s largest energy company is taking over the development rights from RES Americas for an offshore wind project in the US. The project cold potentially provide more than 1GW of energy in Massachusetts, with the firm believing it ...Read More »
Despite significant improvements on previous surveys, a new report on customer’s attitudes shows the energy sector us way behind. The latest UK Customer Satisfaction Index by The Institute of Customer Service (UKCSI) shows the utility sector has improved by 1.5 ...Read More »
The UK Independent Party (UKIP) unveiled plans today to scrap support for solar and wind power, and only invest in renewable energy “where they can deliver electricity at competitive prices”. The only major renewable that meets the affordability test is ...Read More »
Labour leader Ed Milliband has pledged to get tough on power companies in their new manifesto outlined today. He announced there will be a pledge to get rid of Ofgem and replace it with a new regulator which would strip ...Read More »
New York city is investing $160 million (£107 million) to boost large-scale energy projects. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said the funding will be made available to support public-private sector partnerships in renewable projects. The announcement was made as part of ...Read More »