Archive for April, 2010
Petrofac, the international oil & gas facilities service provider, confirms that it has acquired CO2DeepStore Limited (CO2DeepStore) a UK-based CO2 storage company. Established in 2007 in Aberdeen, Scotland CO2DeepStore is focussed on the CO2 geological storage sector of the carbon capture and storage (CCS) market. The executive management team of the business will join Petrofac […]
Sigma Capital Group, the specialist asset management and advisory group with specialist funds relating to clean energy and energy efficiency, has today announced two new investments for its Sigma Sustainable Energy Fund II (”SSEF II”) worth a total of £3m in two innovative cleantech companies, with more new companies expected to be added to the […]
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has set out a £3 billion green jobs plan to “serve the interests of the 100,000 square miles of the UK” rather than the City of London.
The party plans to invest in wind energy, energy efficiency in public buildings and homes, and in bringing empty homes […]
Deutsche Telekom’s ICT subsidiary T-Systems has signed an agreement to develop solutions for smart grids with ABB, the automation and power technologies specialist. The companies claim this will give consumers and energy providers transparency over, and control of, electricity consumption. Further possible benefits are greater efficiency for distribution network operators.”By joining forces, ABB and Deutsche […]
An expected purge of wind turbine installers from a quality assurance list could ‘demolish’ the industry, insiders are warning.And with the high cost of installing renewables, eco-friendly consumers could back off leaving the green industry in meltdown and future power cuts a possibility.
As the Government introduces Feed in Tariffs (FITS) - […]