A new drive has been launched at Westminster to promote heat and energy from Cornwall's "hot rocks".
A new fuel buying scheme to help Cornish households save hundreds of pounds on their energy bills has been launched today.
Campaigners are walking up a Somerset peak today to raise awareness of plans to install huge pylons across the county’s countryside.
A scheme to tap into the energy beneath our feet is being looked at by a new working party in Parliament. The 'hot rocks' project has been set up to promote ways of extracting natural heat from Cornwall's granite.
But a company, which has won planning permission for two test bore holes next to the Eden project, is struggling to raise the money. Our political correspondent Bob Constantine reports.
A scheme is starting today in Cornwall that could save people and businesses hundreds of pounds on their fuel bills.
The Secretary of State for Energy, Ed Davey, will launch "Cornwall Together" at the Eden Project this afternoon. It plans to bring people across the county together to negotiate cheaper gas and electricity bills. It's hoped that more than 20,000 residents will be able to get reductions of 10 to 15%
Plans for a massive wind farm off the North Devon coast go out to consultation today. The company behind the Atlantic Array project wants to install up to 278 turbines. That's fewer than originally planned, following an earlier consultation.
A series of public exhibitions will be taking place. If permission is granted it could go live in 2016, providing electricity for the equivalent of 1.1 million homes.
Almost 28,000 solar panels are to be installed on a Devon farm as part of the UK's largest solar project. TGC Renewables has secured planning approval for the project, which will provide a regular supply of electricity to the national grid.
The PV panels at the farm at South Brent, South Devon, will create enough electricity to power 2,500 homes. The 8MW project will provide the farm with a guaranteed rental income over the next 25 years. The panels will be installed over five fields on a site of 15.4 hectares.
Steve Hardy reports on an ambitious quest to harvest wave energy off the Cornish coast as the first test device is deployed off Falmouth Bay.
If it works it'll be the spring board for other devices to be placed in an offshore wave farm which'll provide electricity for thousands of homes.
The first marine energy device to be installed in Cornish water will be installed today. The device was built in Falmouth and is now being installed for testing before it is incorporated into the Hayle Wave Hub plans.
The first device to test if energy can be generated from the Wave Hub project has been deployed in Cornish waters. It's hoped the device and others like it can be connected to the hub to provide electricity for homes.