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  1. Plans for the UK's largest renewable energy facility to use anaerobic digestion (AD) for power generation have been approved by North Yorkshire County Council.Selby Renewable...

  2. US president Barack Obama has outlined plans for a "new era of energy exploration in America" at a speech made to coincide with Earth Day.Speaking during a visit to...

  3. Ploughing land to plant crops for the harvesting of biomass energy will only help to reduce carbon emissions if it is done in a sustainable way, Britain's Environment Agency...

  4. A carbon and capture system (CCS) which could show the way for retrofitting existing fossil fuel-burning power plants around the world is to start sequestering CO2.The Total gas...

  5. Clarke Energy UK Organisation

    Clarke Energy is present in Australia, China, France, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Nigeria, Tunisia and all across the UK. This wide geographical spread provides a tremendous...

    Clarke Energy UK
  6. The National Grid is planning to set up a network to pipe carbon dioxide emissions into underground storage beneath the North Sea.A £2 billion carbon transport and storage...

  7. EDF Energy Organisation

    As one of the largest energy companies in the UK, EDF Energy touches the lives of millions of people every minute of the day. As an organisation we: supply gas and electricity...

    EDF Energy
  8. The government has denied a report that claims there will be power shortages in five years.A report that claims that there will be power shortages in five years unless climate...

  9. A recent report by Fells Associates (a nuclear supporting organisation according to the BBC), declares that the UK will face prolonged power cuts in about five years unless...

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