19 June 2006 - Shetland hydrogen fuel cell car
MSP, Dr Eleanor Scott, calls for more support for community lead initiatives. Sandy Macaulay says that the car is the only licensed vehicle of its kind in the UK.
BBC News Scotland
8 June 2006 - Weed offers potential to make biofuels viable
Thale Cress has a gene that can increase oil and starch say Durham University team. If production of these substances can be more intensive, land used will not be in such competition with food crops.
BBC News Wear
1 June 2006 - Rugby firm wants to use controversial fuel
Cement company, Cemex, wishes to burn fuel made up of rubbish, including plastics, paper and wood. Environmentalists are concerned that the plastics will cause more toxins, the firm says they will reduce carbon emissions by 10%. The fuel is not yet approved by the Environment Agency.
BBC News Rugby
29 May 2006 - Farmer looking to go self-sufficient by growing his own biomass
Cambridgeshire farmer is considering using various crops to become self-sufficient.
BBC News Cambridgeshire
7 May 2006 - First chips to wood burning plant
The first deliveries of wood chips have been made to a renewable energy power station on Teesside.
BBC News Tees
27 April 2006 - Ministers bullish on biomass fuel
The UK government says energy from crops, trees and waste can play a key role in meeting targets on renewable power and cutting CO2 emissions.
20 April 2006 - Oil scales fresh peak in London
Crude oil traded in London hit a record high of $74.22 a barrel on Thursday, the seventh consecutive day in which it set a new price peak. The Brazilian use of Ethanol is looking very encouraging, as is Biodiesel, but the most important thing we can do is to each start looking at ways of reducing our personal car use.
5 April 2006 - Biomass plant bosses plan appeal
Developers behind plans for a renewable energy plant in north Devon are planning to appeal against a decision which turned the scheme down.
BBC News Devon