The Euronext Paris Exchange-listed business is creating 50 jobs at its new base, and could create hundreds of future roles
The specialists in electrical distribution packages have used the funding to buy training and equipment, which has helped to growth turnover
A number of big firms have abandoned plans for tidal energy, putting the future of the industry in doubt
Jill swapped a call centre job for a career in plumbing - and has now become the North East's top apprentice in the sector.
The Journal's opinion column for Monday, November 3, in which we look at wind turbines at Blyth in Northumberland
Two reactors at EDF Energy's Hartlepool site have been closed following the discovering of defects at a sister site
North East businesses helped hundreds of children to explore the worlds of space and engineering
A Newcastle company is aiming to develop the world’s first lower-cost, factory-assembled, nuclear power plant. Peter McCusker speaks to managing director Candida Whitmill
French energy firm EDF have acquired the Barmoor wind farm project near Berwick from US firm Duke Energy and Norwegian outfit Statkaft UK Ltd
North East businesses have helped the region’s charities to the tune of more than £500,000 in the past six months.
A new low in customer satisfaction with gas and electricity suppliers has revealed "the failings of a broken energy market", according to consumer group Which?
The profits made by the Big Six energy firms in supplying British households have multiplied five-fold to more than £1 billion since 2009, according to figures from regulator Ofgem
Solar farms will soon be a common feature in the countryside as energy generated from the sun looks set to become the cheapest technology by 2018
Britain's first new nuclear power station in a generation is to be built under a £16 billion project which will create thousands of new jobs
Centrica warned that a new duty to pay for energy efficiency in customers' homes, which has cost it £1.4bn, would “inevitably impact on customer bills ultimately“
Government announcements on renewables, nuclear and shale gas in the last few days have provided a shot in the arm to the region's energy sector
A SKILLS organisation which encourages companies to share their expertise with charities and social enterprises is using Volunteers’ Week to bring new businesses on board.
NEWCASTLE director of rugby John Fletcher isn’t ruling out more big-name signings before the end of an increasingly fraught season.
THE UK’s largest coal supplier was yesterday reported to be the subject of bid interest from a Vienna-based investment fund.
ANDY Perry is determined to deliver a gift-wrapped Guinness Premiership victory tomorrow with the help of the Falcons fans.