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Smart meter drive is being hampered by the failure of regulators
(Wed 14/01)
Government plans for ‘smart cities’ won’t attract the necessary investment to become a reality unless legal and regulatory systems keep pace with technological innovations, lawyers at international legal practice O

Wind energy more attractive to crowdfunding investors than solar
(Tue 13/01)
Wind energy puts solar in the shade when it comes to attracting investment through crowdfunding schemes, a new survey has found.

Green energy growth to wipe up to £4.6bn off 'Big Six' revenues
(Mon 08/12)
Continued growth of distributed energy resources and energy efficiency measures could drive down UK utilities’ revenues by up to £4.6 billion a year in the UK by 2025, according to Accenture’s latest Digitally Enabl

Investors upbeat about future of Europe's offshore wind projects
(Thu 04/12)
Financing for European offshore wind projects is surging forward with a wave of confident investors, according to a new analysis report published today.

Big financial returns attract renewable energy investment
(Thu 04/12)
European institutional investors have revealed they favour the financial returns of investing in renewable energy sector rather than the socially responsible-related factors, according to new research by Aquila Capital,

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Think-tank report reveals the future of global electric transport
(Tue 02/12)
Groundbreaking ideas that will shape the future of the electric vehicle (EV) around the world have been published in a new think-tank report.

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Extreme weather risks are "significant and increasing", warns Royal Society
(Thu 27/11)
Exposure to extreme weather is set to increase as the climate changes and populations continue to grow, according to a new report from the Royal Society.

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Sand shortage threatens to hold back the shale gas boom
(Tue 25/11)
When it takes up to four million pounds of sand to frack a single well, it’s no wonder that demand is outpacing supply and frack sand producers are becoming the biggest behind-the-scenes beneficiaries of the American o

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Study finds illegal timber imports have fallen around the world
(Tue 25/11)
Estimated imports of illegal wood-based products into France, Japan, the Netherlands, the UK and the US have declined since 2010, research by Chatham House has found.

Are hydrogen vehicles set to take over as the 'green' car of choice?
(Wed 19/11)
California and Japan are places where the future arrives a bit early. And so it goes with the hydrogen economy. They are where hydrogen fuel stations are being built and where consumers will soon have the opportunity to

AD plant helps Rolo factory turn production waste into energy
(Tue 18/11)
Renewable energy company, Clearfleau, the UK market leaders in industrial anaerobic digestion (AD) for on-site renewable energy generation, has revealed the first energy output results for its plant built for global food

Number of environmental ISO 14001 certificates tops 300,000
(Tue 18/11)
The latest data on the uptake of the international Environmental Management System standard ISO 14001 shows that the number of certificates issued worldwide has exceeded the 300,000 mark for the first time.

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Shipping traffic increases 300% in just 20 years as pollution levels soar
(Mon 17/11)
Maritime traffic on the world’s oceans has increased four-fold over the past two decades with the likely knock-on effect of more water, air and noise pollution on the open seas, according to a new study quantifying glo

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UK remains the world's leading market for wind energy investment
(Wed 12/11)
The UK is the biggest market in the world for offshore wind and is on track to deliver over 10GW by 2020, according to the findings of a new report.

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Water risk threatens business growth for world's largest companies
(Wed 05/11)
Two thirds of the world’s largest companies are reporting exposure to water risks, some of which have potential to limit growth. The news comes amid mounting shareholder concern around the business impacts from water s











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