Coal coming to the end of the line as provisional results of capacity market shows more than enough capacity to handle its phase-out
Also in the news, ‘more’ smart grid action needed, home chemicals ‘major air polluter’, Scottish Water’s new stormwater strategy, Coffey discusses sea plastics in Americas and BEIS consults on public attitudes tracker
Stuart Wagland: Advanced thermal treatment technologies are proving they can offer a flexible, local solution to the UK’s growing need to deal with its plastic waste. Investors are starting to take note
Dounreay, BP and Petroineos all run sites rated ‘poor’ by SEPA, while overall compliance with environmental licences in Scotland improves
Latest government statistics show drop in UK emissions of nitrogen oxides and sulphur dioxide, but ammonia emissions continue to rise
Feared changes in feed-in tariffs have encouraged investors to push projects “through the gate”, resulting in a jump in installed capacity throughout Europe, trade body says
The Welsh government wants to align planning policy with goals set out under its environment and well-being of future generations acts
Professor Malcolm Morley replaces current chair David Batters of the RWM
New research reveals how demand response services could help provide flexibility on the emerging smart grid
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