Green energy firm Ecotricity is challenging the fracking industry by submitting applications for its new Green Gasmills on sites already proposed for fracking.
Britain’s greenest energy company, Ecotricity, has so far received applications for over £12 million of ecobond four.
Ecotricity has today unveiled its plan for Britain to make its own gas from grass, grown on marginal farmland, of which Britain has enough to heat almost every home in Britain.
Ecotricity, Britain’s leading green energy company, has received planning permission to build a Green Gasmill in Hampshire – the first of its kind in Britain.
A revised planning application for a Green Gasmill at Sparsholt College has been submitted, addressing the traffic concerns of Winchester City Councillors.
Ecotricity will host familiar names from TV, business and conservation in a series of environmental discussions at this summer’s WOMAD Festival.
Ecotricity has gained planning permission to build two new sun parks in Devon & Leicestershire, which will join with existing wind farms to create some of the first hybrid energy parks in Britain.
Ecotricity has released a time-lapse video and documentary to mark the completion of a 100m windmill at the RSPB’s headquarters near Sandy in Bedfordshire.
Ecotricity has said it will review the decision by Winchester City Council to reject a planning application to build a Green Gasmill at Sparsholt College in Hampshire before deciding whether to appeal.
Ecotricity, Britain’s leading green energy company, has submitted a planning application for a Green Gasmill on land between Fiddington & the M5 in Gloucestershire.