The Joule Centre for Energy Research will be launched at Manchesterâ€™s Museum of Science and Industry, it is the Northwestâ€™s first centre for the development of sustainable energy technologies.
The Australian Government plans to help local communities, businesses and councils take action to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions with the availability of grants totalling almost $2.2 million.
Biodieselathome.net, a company aimed at spreading information about alternative fuels has introduced instructions for making inexpensive alternative fuels at home.
A multidisciplinary team from the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Greenhouse Accounting, the Australian National University, CSIRO, Ensis and the University of New South Wales has reaffirmed the value of tree planting to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.
More than six out of 10 New Zealanders back a policy proposal to provide Government cash grants to people buying fuel efficient, low emission cars.
Brisbane and German scientists have teamed up in a $4.2 million project to build and test microscopic sieves that could potentially trap environmentally destructive greenhouse gases before they escape coal-fired power stations and refineries.
An alliance of global companies has announced that energy self-sufficient buildings are a reality. The buildings will be designed and constructed so that they will use no energy from external power grids, are carbon neutral, and can be built and operated at fair market values.
Transpacific Industries Group (TPI) and Australian Renewable Fuels (ARF) have formed a 50/50 unincorporated joint venture to develop a biodiesel production facility in Brisbane, Queensland.
Six young Australians are circumnavigating the continent powered only by pedal power (bicycles) and a van powered by vegetable oil.
National and international solar thermal energy researchers now have a unique research facility available to them.
One of the worldâ€™s best-known oil and gas exploration and production companies is set to become move into alternative renewable energies through its involvement in the development of solar power.
Victorians are leading the way in signing up to the Green Power iniative, Victorian Environment Minister, John Thwaites, and Minister for Energy Resources and Industries, Theo Theophanous announced recently.