We wanted to know more about plans for a Tidal Lagoon in Swansea bay so we got in touch with the company doing it and asked them to write us a guest post on what they have in mind.
Obviously this is a point of view from people with a project to fund-raise for, but we thought it was worth reading, do let us know your thoughts below.
The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (known hereafter as TTIP) , which is currently in the process of being negotiated may sound obscure - but it could have a big influence on how Europe meets its energy needs.
Would legally binding efficiency and clean energy targets make cutting our emissions cheaper and more successful? It's a dorky but important question.
In February 2014 we ran a story entitled “How much coal, wind and solar was built in Europe last year? - new data.” The story, as the headline suggests, drew on data from the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) which showed how much wind, solar, gas and coal had been built and closed in 2013. However, it had two problems.
Flooding & Climate change: Five reasons why the UK may not be spending enough money on dealing with the impacts of climate change
Central and Eastern European countries should stop following Poland's advice on European energy policy, argues Jiri Jerabek, Greenpeace's Central and Eastern Europe energy analyst
Today, the Natural Environment Research Council (Nerc) signed a ‘Memorandum of Understanding’ with Shell. My thanks to Greenpeace for the tip.