The European Commission today proposed amending the EU emissions trading system (EU ETS) so that aviation emissions would be covered for the part of flights that takes place in European regional airspace.
Vestas, the Danish wind group, announced it will supply wind turbines for the Crucea North wind farm with an installed capacity 108MW, developed by Germany’s utility STEAG in Constanta County.The company said it wills tart delivering the 36...
The second largest city in France is the latest city to sign the LUCI Charter on Urban Lighting, a document that brings cities across the world together around common principles in sustainable urban lighting.
The European Commission today proposed new legislation to prevent and manage the rapidly growing threat from invasive species. There are currently over 12 000 species present in Europe which are alien to the natural environment.
Householders and businesses in the North of Scotland are set to save a total of £50 million a year on their energy bills after the Government retains a scheme to help with electricity distribution costs.
The municipal council of Vacarisses (Spain), which joined the Covenant of Mayors in 2011, has launched an “Energy Advice Plan” to help families living in fuel poverty to reduce their energy consumption and pay their invoices.
The Digest of UK Energy Statistics (DUKES) released by the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) reveal that between 2011 and 2012 CHP capacity grew by almost 3% to 6.1GW, meeting 6.4% of the UK's total electricity needs.
In Issue 2 we have focused heavily on Grid and Transmission with a special in-depth report from PanEuro on the Friends on the Supergrid 2013 conference that we were delighted to attend earlier this year in Brussels.
Deep water wind turbines are key to unlocking the massive energy potential in Europe's Atlantic and Mediterranean seas and the deepest parts of the North Sea, a new report from the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) shows.