Kepler Energy has announced plans for a 30MW tidal energy fence located in the Bristol Channel. The tidal energy technolog has been developed by Oxford University's Department of Engineering Science for deployment in shallower, lower velocity tid
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A £300 million contract for building parts of Tidal Power’s planned barrage in Swansea Bay has been challenged.
Low income groups make a disproportionate contribution to levy costs because energy costs are a larger proportion of their income and because they can seldom use the cheapest tariffs, the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) argues in a new
Renewable Energy Generation (REG) has signed agreements with wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa to supply 19 wind turbines for five of REG’s consented UK onshore wind farm sites.
The Scottish Government says £234,025 has been awarded to five projects at sites in Fife, West Lothian, North Lanarkshire and Aberdeenshire that will explore the technical feasibility, economic viability and environmental sustainability of geother
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Three years after it came into being, the Green Investment Bank this month celebrated a profitmaking year and government said it would begin a process to sell it to the private sector.
Independent energy companies now supply 12% of the domestic market and that is set to rise, delegates at Cornwall Energy’s retail event heard.
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Despite the low price achieved by the CM auction the UK remains “the only big market [for gas turbines] in western Europe", Laurent Cornu, product manager for GE’s new 9HA turbine, told New Power.