Edward Davey, the UK’s Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, met with his Indian counterpart, Piyush Goyal, in New Delhi last week and the two countries will collaborate to meet renewable energy targets
Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games is providing a platform for Scotland’s renewable energy projects and developments to be showcased to an international audience with the trade body, Scottish Renewables, highlighting the benefits of clean energy solutions
Warwick will become a hub for the low carbon vehicle industry in the UK, after being selected for a £1 billion Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) development
Beijing based International Energy Conservation Environmental Protection Association and South Korea's Daegu Science and Technology Park to work more closely on energy efficiency and environmental protection
ABB, the leading power and automation group, announced a partnership with Volvo Buses on Wednesday, to co-develop electric and hybrid buses with open standards-based direct current (DC) fast charging systems.
United Nations Environment Programme and Japan have announced a new partnership to tackle air pollution in Asia and the Pacific with 70 per cent of the estimated seven million air pollution-related premature deaths each year occurring in the region
Khalifa Al Tajer Mosque could achieve LEED Silver certification according to US Green Building Council requirements and opened on Friday in Dubai
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced AUS$1.3 million in funding for the countries national science agency to research and develop wave power projects.
The European Investment Bank announced on Wednesday that it will lend £190 million to support the deployment of smart meter technologies across the UK
The World Bank Group and a host of companies have called on governments and corporations around the world to support carbon pricing to bring down emissions.
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