Three Scottish councils have agreed to work together to build a new Energy from Waste facility in Aberdeen.
Cambridge City Council has announced its intention to purchase all of its electricity from 100% renewable sources in a push to make the city ‘sustainable’.
The carcass of a whale washed up on a Devon beach will be used to create biofuel.
Portsmouth has launched a new comparison website and energy switching service which will help raise revenue for the city council.
A total of £320m will be invested across the country’s towns and cities to warm buildings with low carbon heat.
Dipak Shah outlines what local government in the UK could learn from their counterparts in America.
Mike Barrett explains why smart asset management and thinking about energy efficiency in a new way can alleviate this pressure.
Local authority energy companies are creating a more competitive market by taking on the Big Six, a think tank has claimed.
More than 90% of waste that would have gone into landfill sites will be recycled in a deal between five Scottish councils and a private sector company which will also generate energy.
Cheshire East Council has entered a joint venture with energy and services company ENGIE to create eco-efficient district heating networks in the area.