A green roof can certainly make a building look nicer, but can it measurably lower energy requirements and improve water management?
Richard Gedge, a beef and sheep farmer based in Exmoor, talks about his use of wind and biomass to power and heat his farm. With a payback period of 5 years and huge environmental benefits, Richard believes that more farmers should be exploiting renewable technology to gain profits for their businesses.
Marches Energy Agency won an Ashden Award for their Low Carbon Communities project which has mobilised six small communities to cut their carbon footprint by installing renewable energy, carrying out energy audits or creating eco businesses.
By 2050 UK record temperatures of 101.3 degrees will be the norm. Meanwhile the Amazon Rainforest could suddenly die from lack of rain, along with 1 million land species and millions of people worldwide. With oil prices at record highs and energy demands ever increasing, how will we adapt to these changes and what can tomorrow’s technology offer?
ECAMI won an Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy in 2009. The family-owned business has installed thousands of renewable energy systems in rural communities across Nicaragua since it began in 1982.
Steve Holliday, National Grid CEO, looks at what the UK utility company is doing to move its energy infrastructure towards a green, low carbon environment. In one case he points to the company’s smart grid pilots that will test new technology for a ‘smarter’ future aiding customers to conserve energy usage.
Watch as cowboys prowl the urban landscape looking for automobiles to brand with new colour energy efficiency labels.
This week’s green.tv news host Ben, takes us all around the world with some of the most amazing eco-friendly transport stories.
Topping the agenda at the opening day of the European Wind Energy Conference in Warsaw was Europe’s long term energy supply.
Levi’s endeavour to turn the tap off and some Stanford students attempt to break a solar powered record