UK delegation weakens targets for energy company savings and refitting public buildings in a bid for wider uptake
The UK has denied it has created a stumbling block for the adoption of the EU's Energy Efficiency Directive that could see the regulation's ambitious policy proposals watered down. Plans to cut energy...
Labour's Alan Whitehead wonders if new technology is eroding the promised benefits of the smart meter rollout
Cathedral installs the first of 150 solar panels
Consortium of asset managers and green groups urge EU Commission to deliver host of measures to plug €100bn gap in clean energy investment
Ceres analysis reveals growing numbers of insurers are assessing climate risks effectively, but many are still failing to tackle the issue