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Yesterday, a huge, embedded solar array was switched on at Toyota UK’s engine production centre in North Wales by Welsh Minister for Economy, Edwina Hart AM.
North Sea oil and gas revenues could be grossly undervalued by the UK economic watchdog, according to a new report.
More than two million customers have switched to independent electricity suppliers since 2010 thanks to government action to open the energy market.
BMW announced the completion of the installation of its 3MW rooftop solar array at its Mini factory in Oxford yesterday.
The bidding process for companies seeking licences to explore for onshore oil and gas by means of fracking has opened today.
Ed Davey, Energy and Climate Change Secretary, has responded to the European Commission’s ruling on state aid for the Capacity Market, CFD for Renewables and 5 FID Enabling for Renewables offshore wind projects
E.ON today received consent from the secretary of state for Energy and Climate Change, Ed Davey MP, for its Rampion offshore wind farm project.
Phil Scholes, SME sales and marketing director at npower, shares his advice on how manufacturers can gain a competitive edge by reducing energy costs.
Tata Steel announces the axing of 400 jobs at its Port Talbot site, citing high business rates and uncompetitive energy costs as major factors behind the decision.
Matthew Williamson, Partner in the Real Estate team at law firm Weightmans LLP, attempts to bring some clarity to the possible implications of the Energy Act to owners of industrial property.