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  1. New rules have come into effect in Wales this month allowing homeowners to install a range of domestic microgeneration systems without needing to apply for planning...

  2. Europe represents the largest global market for energy-from-waste (EfW) power generation plants, it has been revealed.According to a new study by analyst Frost & Sullivan,...

  3. The world's first piloted aircraft powered solely by hydrogen fuel cells has successfully completed its maiden flight in Germany.Demonstrating the potential of the low-carbon...

  4. British Gas and Ceres Power have successfully designed, built and tested a 1KW grid-connected combined heat and power (CHP) system in a joint initiative to develop low-carbon...

  5. Trees from army land are to heat and power barracks as part of the "world's first military zero carbon investment in renewable energy".Wood gasification technology...

  6. A fuel cell shorter than a grain of rice has been developed, which researchers claim could be a precursor to models that replace batteries in mobile devices.Chemical engineers...

  7. The natural process of diffusion is harnessed in designs for systems that purify water and generate electricity using low-level heat.Osmosis has been harnessed to develop a...

  8. A "green waste" recycling facility is to expand to generate renewable electricity through the process of anaerobic digestion.Scottish Water's facility at Deerdykes...

  9. Use of renewable energy in Scotland is at its highest ever level, new statistics have revealed.One fifth of the country's electrical requirements were accounted for by renewable...

  10. Government's waste, water and travel sustainability targets are on course to being met, though greenhouse gas emissions are not falling quickly enough, according to the...

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