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The developer behind the latest Severn Barrage proposals has pledged to prove they are viable within two years despite criticism from MPs.
National Grid engineers have provided the first glimpse of what the next generation of overhead power lines may look like.
Agreement in principle over the price of electricity to be generated by renewable and low carbon sources will be reached before the summer recess, chief secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander has pledged.
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Construction of a new solar radiation energy plant in South Africa is being fast tracked with installation of up to 400 steel piles per day by contractor Geopile Africa.
Risk reduction and guiding development of offshore storage sites for carbon dioxide are the main aims of a new collaborative research agreement signed today by specialists from academia, government and industry.
Work on constructing 33km of tunnels for a new National Grid electricity network below London has reached the midway point with one of the tunnel boring machines completing the first part of its drive.
Greater Gabbard Offshore Winds (GGOW), which is jointly owned by SSE and RWE, has announced that it has reached an agreement with contractor Fluor over claims relating the quality of foundations on the project.
The UK could boosts its energy security and tax revenues through shale gas production, but it is not yet clear whether it will reduce energy prices, MPs said today.
Energy firm EdF Energy announced today it will be cutting jobs on its Hinkley Point C new nuclear project.
A consortium led by waste management firm Sita UK was this week made preferred bidder on a project to build a £250M rail-loading transfer station in Merseyside and an energy-from-waste facility in Teesside.
The government has secured agreement to sell its stake in uranium enrichment company Urenco, business and energy minister Michael Fallon said today.