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Chancellor plans for a “green industrial revolution”

This week the Times reported that the Chancellor Rishi Sunak is planning a "green industrial revolution" that would aim to create thousands of jobs...

Energy Now magazine relaunches online!

Popular magazine Energy Now has relaunched (today) as a website to continue providing agricultural and rural business owners with independent information and guidance on...

Government launches new £40 million Clean Growth Fund to supercharge green start-ups

The government is launching a new effort to support green start-up companies across the UK, joint-funding a £40 million venture capital fund to supercharge...

Green transformers to help reduce carbon

One of the country's biggest electricity distributors is launching a long-term programme to swap electrical transformers for more energy efficient models. UK Power Networks is...

Juice Technology announces a major tree-planting initiative

Juice Technology has committed to planting one tree for every Juice Booster 2 it produces, with up to as many as 12 trees for...

Government vision for rapid chargers an important step towards mass EV market

Government releases vision for 6 high powered, open access charge points (150 - 350 kilowatt capable) at motorway service areas in England by 2023 ...

Shortlist announced for Young Professionals Green Energy Awards

Almost 30 finalists of the 2020 Young Professionals Green Energy Awards have been announced today. Those shortlisted have shown their enthusiasm to drive change within...

“The actions needed to tackle climate change are central to rebuilding our economy” says CCC Chairman, Lord Deben

In letters to the Prime Minister and First Ministers in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has set out...

REA and ADBA launch joint survey to treat surplus organic waste generated by Covid-19 lockdown

In response to the increase in organic waste surpluses caused by the Covid-19 lockdown, the REA and ADBA have launched a joint survey that...

UK solar peak generation record broken amid fall in pollution levels

Clear skies and cool temperatures have helped UK solar to break the all-time peak generation record. Around 12:30 on Monday 20 April 2020, a...

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National Grid scheme paying generators to switch off

The COVID-19 lockdown has recently seen demand for electricity drop by as much as 20%. This has led to the National Grid looking for...

Ferment organic matter to build soil health

Farmers who want to increase soil organic matter and health – while also reducing their CO2 footprint - should consider fermenting their manure rather...

Commercial and environmental benefits of Miscanthus outlined in new study

Miscanthus is recommended by the Committee on Climate Change as a crop which helps to offset CO2 emissions, but how practical is it on British farms? A new...

Managing climate change is the future, highlights CAAV

Mitigating and adapting to climate change is going to be the main driver for policy in the coming decades and farmers need to be...

Prime opportunity for energy schemes, says Roadnight Taylor

There has never been a better time for landowners to seek ground rent from energy schemes, with some worth up to £8m over their...