Energy News

  • Energy firm's plans for holocaust site generate anger

    Energy firm's plans for holocaust site generate anger

  • Politicians question Government’s commitment to Swansea Bay tidal lagoon

    Politicians question Government’s commitment to Swansea Bay tidal lagoon

  • Tidal Lagoon Power uses grid connection to keep its name in lights

    Tidal Lagoon Power uses grid connection to keep its name in lights

  • Peace breaks out as firms put energy into making love, not war

    Peace breaks out as firms put energy into making love, not war

  • Business West appoints top marketer as new chairman

    Business West appoints top marketer as new chairman

  • SMEs badly hit by late payments

    SMEs badly hit by late payments

  • New management role for Hinkley Supply Chain employee

    New management role for Hinkley Supply Chain employee

  • Hostile takeover bid sees green energy tycoons battle for power

    Hostile takeover bid sees green energy tycoons battle for power

  • Search launched for Bristol's budding business minds

    Search launched for Bristol's budding business minds

  • Two Gloucestershire energy tycoons have charge of majority of UK electric car plug-in network

    Two Gloucestershire energy tycoons have charge of majority of UK electric car plug-in network

  • Horizon Nuclear Power energised by new training partnership

    Horizon Nuclear Power energised by new training partnership

  • Ovo Energy drives forward new package for electric cars

    Ovo Energy drives forward new package for electric cars

  • Competition will give Gloucestershire start-up businesses a boost

    Competition will give Gloucestershire start-up businesses a boost

  • Koreans could be close to stake in Gloucester firm’s nuclear power project

    Koreans could be close to stake in Gloucester firm’s nuclear power project

  • Diesel and petrol cars and vans won't be made in 13 years time, says Ecotricity founder

    Diesel and petrol cars and vans won't be made in 13 years time, says Ecotricity founder

  • Green lights could still come on for £1.3blln Tidal Lagoon Power project

    Green lights could still come on for £1.3blln Tidal Lagoon Power project

  • Solar project award win shines light on Cathedral project

    Solar project award win shines light on Cathedral project

  • Shock for green electricity firm staff as expansion comes with potential job losses

    Shock for green electricity firm staff as expansion comes with potential job losses

  • New Bristol-based energy firm promises to revolutionise industry with digital model

    New Bristol-based energy firm promises to revolutionise industry with digital model

  • Dale Vince, boss of Forest Green Rovers and Ecotricity injured in bike crash

    Dale Vince, boss of Forest Green Rovers and Ecotricity injured in bike crash