Government-backed research by Science and Technology Facilities Council could pave way for commercialisation of paint-on solar panels
A government-backed research project has hailed a breakthrough in the efficiency of printed plastic solar cells, potentially paving the way for the commercialisation of cheaper and more transportable solar...
UK fracking approval is just a staging post in the shale gas journey, the destination remains unknown
Delays, flawed regulations, and PR fiascos have left the shale gas industry facing an uncertain future, despite yesterday's planning victory
ETI report says carbon capture and storage can be deployed more cost effectively without need to develop new tecnology
BT report argues wider use of ICT in business has potential to bring significant carbon emissions cut, as well as a £525bn economic boost
New WWF-backed report argues there is a compelling case for food service sector to drive adoption of sustainable diets