Government raises spending cap for small-scale green energy incentives to help prevent feed-in tariff scheme exceeding budget
The government has quietly raised the feed-in tariff spending cap by nearly £200m in a bid to prevent the subsidy scheme exceeding its budget, after re-allocating funds previously earmarked for the Renewables...
Senior figures from science, industry and politics feature on new council to develop Britain's low-carbon metals industry
Supermarket giant worked with manufacturer Polyco to switch cotton bud stems from plastic to paper
Emissions information should be ranked next to flight prices to encourage greener travel choices, argues Lancaster University's Kim Kaivanto
Centrica Innovations will "incubate and accelerate" new energy technologies in attempt to boost growth across the business