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The Liberal Democrat Energy Secretary Ed Davey was today forced to publically rebuke his Conservative deputy for claiming that the Government would veto the development of more on-shore windfarms.
Christina Patterson gets caught up in the rain at a new Barbican exhibition
Christina Patterson gets caught up in the rain at the Barbican's strikingly immersive new art installation
Ministers are investigating a proposal to outsource the production of wind power to Ireland.
Local communities should be "bribed" to accept more wind farms in the countryside so Britain can meet its renewable energy targets, a senior Conservative MP said yesterday
George Osborne hopes to cut wind turbine subsidies because his MPs fear their constituents oppose them. But new polling proves their antipathy is hot air
US tycoon Donald Trump has told the Scottish Parliament that wind farms will destroy tourism.
US tycoon Donald Trump has warned that wind farms could "completely end" tourism in Scotland and the country is "in effect committing financial suicide".
The US billionaire Donald Trump has criticised a plan to build an offshore windfarm near his luxury golf resort in Scotland.
As soaring fuel bills force homebuyers to act green, many movers are opting for the lower running costs of a new-build property which, on average, are six times more energy-efficient than older homes. The message coming through is that you do not have to compromise on comfort, style and luxury, or even pay a premium, for a low-energy new home that offers a better, cheaper lifestyle.
More than 2,500 wind turbines will be installed around the coast over the next nine years under plans to be set out today by the Government.
Michael Clark's new work for Tate Modern starts after sunset, with twilight visible through the skylights of the Turbine Hall. The piece builds on last year's residency at the gallery, when Clark worked with public volunteers in weekly workshops. A large volunteer cast move in blocks, set against the taut precision of Clark's own dancers, who strut and stalk with serene cool.
Tonight ballet's enfant terrible returns to Tate Modern's Turbine Hall with a new work. Laura McLean-Ferris can't wait
Willie Walsh and Michael O'Leary have spent the week arguing it is safe to fly. They are wrong
You won't catch Gary Neville in a Hummer. Ian Herbert meets the ex-footballer saying no to bling and yes to a Prius, an eco-home and – hopefully – an environmental empire