UK could power 1958 with renewables

The entire electricity needs of the UK back in 1958 would have been fully met by the renewable energy it produced last year, according to new statistics. While the UK can't go back in time - as it seems pret...

UK using more clean energy

Renewable energy provided around a third of the UK's electricity needs in the second quarter of 2017, according to new figures released this week. The statistics from the UK Government's Department for Busin...

Food and fitness the sustainable way

It is Recycling Week in the UK. The campaign is striving to reach more than 10 million people and engage them on the importance of disposing a landfill culture. Raising awareness to the problem of waste is v...

UK celebrates solar independence day

(UK) People around the world are marking America's independence day today - of course - but the Brits are keeping it local and celebrating their solar independence day. In its fourth year, it is an occasi...

UK takes a shine to solar energy

Solar energy is breaking new records in a UK currently basking in sunshine. On Friday the National Grid revealed that power from the sun had met nearly a quarter of demand at one point. https://twitter.co...

Dairy giant opens innovation centre

(DENMARK) One of the world's biggest dairy companies has opened a carbon neutral food innovation centre in Denmark. Arla Foods is an international cooperative of 12000 farmers, which supplies brands to mo...

Vattenfall takes fresh approach to UK

Sweden's state-owned energy giant Vattenfall will begin selling renewable energy to the UK business market this year. Large electricity consumers in the UK will be able to buy green power from Vattenfall's e...

Circular system needs flexible approach

|13 April 2017| LONDON Authorities in the UK should implement more flexible planning systems to support the waste management industry in its efforts to align more closely with the circular economy, a new ...