Harnessing the power of the wind is not pollution-free. Noise is one of the main complaints for onshore turbines. At this windfarm near the Spanish
The European Commission has finalised an investment plan aimed at kick-starting economic investment across the European Union. Wednesday’s (July 22)
The single-seat aircraft Solar Impulse, whose sister plane Solar Impulse 2 has now set off to circle the globe, originally left the ground, about one
With biodiesel on the block for wasting arable land and consuming agricultural inputs a Czech team finds a new source from an organic waste product
About 190 nations gathered at the COP20 climate summit in Peru have agreed measures to fight global warming. The deal the first step towards a
Climate talks have entered their second and final week in Lima. Negotiators from 190 countries are working to hammer out a global deal to limit
In this edition of Real Economy we travel across Vienna, Berlin and Paris to discover the economic and energy-related challenges Europe faces
In this edition of Business Planet we see how the European Network of Renewable Energy Source Cooperatives – known as REScoop – is making it easier
Nothing more sinister than solar panels lurk amid the arid hills of rural Iran, apparently marking the country’s desire to wean itself off
Achieving a secure energy supply at reasonable cost remains one of Europe’s great strategic challenges.
The Ukraine crisis is driving the EU to
Kazakhstan has officially received the Expo 2017 flag.
The exhibition will take place in the capital Astana – the first time in the former Soviet
It is normal to regularly see cars covered in dust. What may seem abnormal is that this “dust” is likely to be a fine layer of sand from the Sahara
A new solar-aircraft which is capable of flying around the world fuelled only by the Sun has been unveiled in Switzerland.
Solar Impulse 2 has huge
South Korea has one of the fastest growing and most hi-tech economies in the world. So it is an extremely attractive market for SMEs (small and
Super-polluting Hebei province is sounding the alarm for subsidies in northern China. Last year, the province was home to seven of the country’s 10
Though the use of solar panels is on the rise, it still only represents 1.5 percent of total energy consumption in Europe.
There are many reasons
As evidence grows suggesting that global warming is accelerating, more climate change talks take place in Warsaw. Negotiators are still poles
The go-ahead has been given for the UK’s first new nuclear station in a generation.
French firm EDF and the British government has signed an
Clusters are powerful engines of economic development and drivers of innovation in the European Union. There are more than 1,500 cluster
A UK energy firm has been left red-faced after encouraging Twitter users to give their views on gas price increases.
British Gas announced it will
The world’s energy landscape is changing, but what will be next? This was one of the main topics during the KAZENERGY Eurasian Forum, an
Surrounded as we are by boats, water and the wind – it’s quite easy to think of ‘green’ as a sort of free-living lifestyle. But this is a serious