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Two Leeds shopping centres “go green” for World Environment Day

Two of the biggest retail and leisure destinations in Leeds are "going green"’ to show their support for today's World Environment Day. Landsec-owned Trinity Leeds and White Rose Shopping Centre are getting behind the international campaign which aims to encourage worldwide awareness and action for environmental protection. Both Trinity Leeds and White Rose

Carter Jonas advises on sale Of 1.5mw Yorkshire wind farm

A subsidiary of Broadview Energy’s Eolian Three fund has successfully completed the acquisition of the Limes Wind Farm in Yorkshire from a private landowner advised by Carter Jonas. Located in Hull, the project consists of two Enercon wind turbines, with a total installed capacity of 1,500Kw. It was granted planning permission

Falling costs put offshore wind “at the heart of UK energy policy”

Dramatic reductions in the cost of offshore wind have “transformed the political landscape” and put wind power at the heart of UK Government energy policy, a Siemens Gamesa executive has told a major industry conference. Ray Thompson, UK Head of Business Development for Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, told the Offshore Wind

One hundred per cent green distillery to open in Yorkshire

A Yorkshire-based gin and whisky distillery is one of only three in England to be run solely on green energy. As England’s smallest and first self-built whisky and gin distillery, Cooper King Distillery will commence production of its juniper-led gin and open its doors to members of the public this spring,

Milestone for £200m Energy Works power plant as research academy completed

A key element of a new, £200m energy from waste power plant has been completed, paving the way for pioneering research of renewable energy technologies. Multi-disciplinary engineering business Spencer Group has steered the Energy Works scheme in Hull from concept to delivery and the company is now playing a key part

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy welcomed The Queen to Hull

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy today welcomed Her Majesty The Queen to its offshore wind turbine blade manufacturing factory at Alexandra Dock, Hull. On arrival at the site, Her Majesty drove the full 75 metre length of the turbine blade that featured as an art installation in the Queen Victoria Square, in

Biomass supplier secures £200k to fuel growth

A fast-growing Yorkshire company, which has become one of the region’s leading suppliers of biomass wood pellets, has secured £200,000 to support its further growth from NPIF – Mercia Debt Finance, which is part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund. VerdEnergy supplies customers throughout the North of England from its headquarters

Yorkshire-based energy firm shortlisted in national award

The founder of a Leeds-based off-grid renewable energy company has been shortlisted in a national award to celebrate Great British entrepreneurs. Xerogrid has been announced as just one of six finalists in NatWest’s Great British Entrepreneur Awards in the #GoDo Entrepreneur category. The awards, which will take place at The Imperial War

Yorkshire shredder manufacturer helps generate power at London airports

North Yorkshire-based industrial shredding specialist, UNTHA UK, has provided the shredding technology required for two energy recovery plants devised by food waste experts Tidy Planet for DHL. The sophisticated facilities are now producing 25,500kW of heat per day from the food waste at London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The technology hit the

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