17,000 Tonne Oil Platform Washes Up On Scottish Beach

A 17,000 tonne oil drilling rig has been blown ashore in Scotland after intense storms hit it. The colossal drilling rig, named the “Transocean Winner,” was being towed between Norway and Malta as part of a decommissioning operation when it was taken into the stormy conditions, leading

The Economist Declares Kinkley Point C “Useless”

The nuclear power plant in the works at Hinkley Point C, in Bristol, to be built by French national power company EDF with the assistance of the Chinese Government, was recently branded “A white elephant” and “worthless” by The Economist. Instead, claims the esteemed magazine, the billions

Norway to ban all petrol cars by 2025

Norway’s government has announced that it will ban all fossil-fuel cars in the next decade, marking its continued march towards being an entirely fossil-fuel independent nation in less than ten years. Both sides of Norway’s political spectrum have agreed that the move is viable and necessary for

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Nestle Looks to UK Wind Farm For Half Its Energy Needs

A Scottish wind farm will provide a full half of Nestle’s UK energy requirements by next year, the chocolate giant has reported. The wind farm, planned after Nestle signed a 15-year partnership deal with renewable energy experts Community Wind Power, will open in Dumfries and Galloway in

Utility Company Begins Using Surveillance Drones

A utility company is Allentown, Philadelphia, has begun using small surveillance drones to keep an eye on their holdings, machinery and infrastructure. The company, PPL Electric Utilities, is the latest agency to jump on surging popularity of these incredibly useful unmanned vehicles, which, according to Joe Nixon,

Apple Brands Its Own Energy Company

The seemingly-omnipresent tech juggernaut Apple has begun taking its first steps into providing renewable energy as a utility company. As many large companies are doing, Apple originally ventured into producing its own energy as a means to offset its reliance on the national grids of its host