• EU Fights Emissions with Renewable Policies

    Oliver Schäfer of the European Renewable Energy Council shares his views on climate change and renewables. Tony Mallett reports in the run-up to the World Biofuels Market expo in Brussels.

  • Powering the Rise of the East

    The East is catching up with the Western world in terms of its energy consumption and investment in new technologies. Dylan Bushell-Embling reports on how China and India's growth is...

  • Keeping Cool When the Heat is On

    2006 saw a power outage in California, another in London – just how can power systems cope in summer weather? Jodie McLeod asks what it takes to ensure power stations...

  • A Smart Way to Balance Supply and Demand

    The power industry is struggling to meet demand without resorting to expensive and environmentally unfriendly resources. Mitch Beedie discovers how one green technology innovator is proposing a solution to the...

  • The Cap and Trade Pollution Solution

    Carbon trading is touted as an environmental revolution, but what will it take to make it profitable and save the earth? Drew Turney finds out more.

  • Solar Argument Heats Up

    A new technology is helping solar power fight back against its critics, and opening the door for its widespread use. Mitch Beedie reports.

  • Hydro – An Environmentally Friendly Source?

    Nations such as China are lining up to take on the challenge of hydropower, but can it really save the environment? Mitch Beedie investigates whether the benefits of this seemingly...

  • Ethanol – the Organic Argument

    Ethanol may seem like an ideal replacement for traditional fuels, but what effect might it have on farming and prices? Mitch Beedie takes a look at the arguments weighing up...

  • Bioalcohols: the Future of Fuel?

    The use of biofuels has been kick-started by the launch of a UK-based plant, set to trigger larger future operations. Annabel Hardy investigates how these crop-based fuels could offer a...


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