23 April 2014 - NEWS UPDATE

UTS Biogas opens flagship AD plant in London

Canadian firm Anaergia announced this week that UTS Biogas, its wholly owned UK subsidiary, has successfully constructed and commissioned a 1.5 MWel biogas facility at Dagenham, London, for its client TEG Environmental.


Residents of fracking row village Balcombe set up renewable energy co-op

Residents of Balcombe, the Sussex village at the centre of the fracking debate, have formed their own renewable power company with the long-term aim of providing all of its electricity needs.


Approval rates for UK renewable energy dip to all-time low

The approval rate for planned renewable energy installations in the UK has halved in the space of just three years.


Early public engagement is vital for new energy technologies

Early public engagement is vital to the acceptance of new emission-busting energy technologies, says a Government-funded report published this week.


Solar power lands at Europe’s fastest growing airport

Britain's largest airport solar installation to date has been completed at Stobart Group's London Southend Airport, part of a £10m terminal expansion completed by Kier Construction.


Two solar farm proposals plan to champion local economy in Essex

Solar farm developer and operator Lightsource Renewable Energy is working on designs for two solar farms in North West Essex.


Energy giant SSE pulls the plug on £800m biomass power plant plans

Energy giant SSE has pulled the plug on a £800 million biomass power plant project a day after it binned plans for four huge offshore wind farms.


UK's largest solar PV installation fitted on warehouse roof

Mark Group has installed eight thousand solar panels on the roof of Wolseley UK’s National Distribution Centre (NDC) in Leamington Spa, capable of generating enough electricity each year to supply around 450 homes.