The legacy of the dirtiest of fuels – coal – has the potential to deliver a low carbon energy future.
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The country's electricity is now the cleanest it has been in 60 years.
The government promises cash for communities that accept fracking, but cannot know whether it can keep that promise or not.
The first flower grown on the International Space Station.
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Britain's future could be bright – but first the grid needs a major upgrade.
Because knowledge is power.
Small nuclear reactors are one step closer to powering the UK's future energy requirements.
Numerous milestones have been reached over the past year as the coal is ditched for lower-carbon alternatives.
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Imagine a wind turbine, but underwater, not fixed to the seabed, and able to work 24/7.
Each lump is an effective – if dirty – primary battery.
Fancy new battery technology is great – but still far off the scale required to put a serious dent in carbon usage.
Who cares if you left the gas on?
The international gas market was once constrained by pipelines and long-term trade deals. Now, it is rapidly globalising. Cross-border trade and investment in gas is growing, and national gas markets are…