Tesla revs up UK presence with Heathrow service centre


Source: BusinessGreen 25 July 2014 Featured
Tesla revs up UK presence with Heathrow service centre

Tesla has opened its second UK store and service centre as the electric car pioneer looks to expand its footprint across the country...

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10 interesting facts about solar panels


Source: The Green Age 25 July 2014
10 interesting facts about solar panels

With the announcement that Solar PV provided a record 7.6% of the UK’s energy demand on Saturday 21st June 2014, we thought we might share with you...

Ban sending leftover food to landfill, MPs say


Source: The Guardian 25 July 2014
Ban sending leftover food to landfill, MPs say

A ban on sending leftover food to landfill and longer warranties for consumer goods are needed as part of efforts to end the "disposable society"...

Getting IT right in the NHS: make tech projects run smoothly


Source: Health Service Journal 25 July 2014
Getting IT right in the NHS: make tech projects run smoothly

In the health service, IT now has board level visibility as more and more NHS bodies are urged to plan and implement strategic programmes...

Introducing M37: A brand new type of R&D program for energy entrepreneurs


Source: Gigaom 25 July 2014
Introducing M37: A brand new type of R&D program for energy entrepreneurs

Breakthroughs in energy technologies are just plain tough — they can take a long time and a lot of money, and usually require hard core specialty...

Change In Antarctic Sea Ice Trend Not So Extreme, Study Finds


Source: TheEnergyCollective 25 July 2014
Change In Antarctic Sea Ice Trend Not So Extreme, Study Finds

A new study finds that the change in the trend of Antarctic sea ice growth over time is "not as extreme as the published literature indicates"...

Mayor Boris 'set to miss' host of green goals


Source: BusinessGreen 25 July 2014
Mayor Boris 'set to miss' host of green goals

London Mayor Boris Johnson should examine how the London Underground could be powered by green energy, according to a new report that criticises...

High-Efficiency Planet


Source: TheEnergyCollective 25 July 2014
High-Efficiency Planet

When most people think of energy efficiency, they think of modern amenities, like their squiggly compact fluorescent light bulbs...

What Will the 21st Century Grid Look Like?


Source: TheEnergyCollective 25 July 2014
What Will the 21st Century Grid Look Like?

It seems everyone involved with renewable energy and climate change is asking the same question these days...

Cinema Shows the Power of Sustainable Transport


Source: Sustainable Cities 25 July 2014
Cinema Shows the Power of Sustainable Transport

Movies have the power to shape our perceptions of love, of adventure, and of growing up. More subtly, movies also have the ability to shape our percep

Contactless fares coming to TfL rail services from September


Source: MayorWatch 25 July 2014
Contactless fares coming to TfL rail services from September

Tube, DLR and London Overground passengers will be able to pay for their daily commute with contactless debit and credit cards from September...

Breaking: Government closes Green Deal Home Improvement Fund following surge in demand


Source: BusinessGreen 25 July 2014
Breaking: Government closes Green Deal Home Improvement Fund following surge in demand

The government has today closed its Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF) after a surge of interest in the energy efficiency grants...

Friday Energy Facts: Oil and Natural Gas Sales Accounted for 68% of Russia's Total Export Revenues in 2013


Source: TheEnergyCollective 25 July 2014
Friday Energy Facts: Oil and Natural Gas Sales Accounted for 68% of Russia's Total Export Revenues in 2013

Russia is a major exporter of crude oil, petroleum products, and natural gas. Sales of these fuels accounted for 68% of Russia's total export...

Bradford schools set to go solar


Source: BusinessGreen 25 July 2014
Bradford schools set to go solar

Bradford Council has become the first local authority in the UK to back plans for its schools to run on solar power...

Why targeting 4 human emotions is key to marketing sustainability


Source: The Guardian 24 July 2014 Featured
Why targeting 4 human emotions is key to marketing sustainability

While brands have been remarkably successful at feeding universal human drives, such as the desire for adventure, power or status...

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Stop building offshore wind farms, says Centrica


Source: The Telegraph 24 July 2014
Stop building offshore wind farms, says Centrica

Britain should stop building expensive offshore wind farms, energy giant Centrica has said, claiming that billpayers could be saved £96bn by 2030...

Crowdfunding campaign seeks to help Detroit residents pay water bills


Source: The Guardian 24 July 2014
Crowdfunding campaign seeks to help Detroit residents pay water bills

A crowdfunding campaign is seeking to match donors with Detroit residents who are behind on their bill payments...

Commuters hit by 'brutal' heat on London's transport network that it would be illegal to transport livestock in


Source: Evening Standard 24 July 2014
Commuters hit by 'brutal' heat on London's transport network that it would be illegal to transport livestock in

Commuters are feeling the heat as temperatures on London’s busy Tubes hit “brutal” highs that it would be illegal to transport livestock in...

AMA warns against push by private health insurers into 'US-style care'


Source: The Guardian 24 July 2014
AMA warns against push by private health insurers into 'US-style care'

The Australian Medical Association has issued a pre-emptive warning to the government against a major expansion of the role of private health...

Try a bike map app that shows the best routes for the whole world


Source: TreeHugger 24 July 2014
Try a bike map app that shows the best routes for the whole world

David Boudreault and Olivier Carbonneau got together and decided to index the network of most popular bike paths in the world - 1.346 million...

UK renewable energy subsidies capped at £200m a year


Source: The Guardian 24 July 2014
UK renewable energy subsidies capped at £200m a year

A ceiling of £200m a year will be placed on subsidies to some of the major forms of renewable energy from this autumn...

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