Masdar, Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company, has today announced plans to collaborate with the European Investment Bank – the financial arm of the European Union – to accelerate the development of clean energy projects in parts of the Middle East and North Africa.
The Government has granted planning consent for the Able Marine Energy Park – identified as a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project and currently under the aegis of the Planning Inspectorate.
The Government has launched a formal consultation on its proposals for large scale shale gas production in the UK by the 2020s -however, the independent assessment accompanying the proposals has warned that it could also place a substantial burden on existing waste water treatment infrastructure capacity.
The Crown Estate has launched an industry engagement process to understand market interest in future tidal range and lagoons projects around the UK.
Scottish Government Energy Minister, Fergus Ewing has today granted planning consent for a hydroelectric pumped storage generating station at Coire Glas, near Spean Bridge.
Major industry leaders today joined Commercial Secretary to the Treasury, Lord Deighton and Business and Energy Minister, Michael Fallon in signing a joint initiative to reduce carbon in infrastructure which could save as much as 24 million tonnes of carbon and £1.46 billion a year by 2050.
Major industry leaders today joined Commercial Secretary, Lord Deighton and Business and Energy Minister, Michael Fallon in signing a joint initiative to reduce carbon in infrastructure which could save as much as 24 million tonnes of carbon and £1.46 billion a year by 2050.
Finance and how to address loss and damage from the impacts of climate change in vulnerable developing countries look set to dominate the UN Climate Summit which starts today, according to global professional services consultancy PwC.
The Committee on Climate Change has today advised that there has been no significant change in the climate science, international and EU circumstances on which the fourth carbon budget (2023 – 2027) was set in 2011. As a result, there is no legal or economic basis to change the budget.
The Crown Estate has announced that it will work with the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult on programmes aimed at increasing the momentum of driving down costs of offshore wind, wave and tidal energy.