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...
BusinessGreen takes a look at the need-to-know conclusions from BP's latest annual market forecast
Labour MP wins key EAC vote following resignation of Huw Irranca-Davies last month
But oil giant still expects global carbon emissions to rise 20 per cent by 2035, highlighting need for further climate policy action
Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon developer urges government not to use review to delay decision on flagship project that could deliver clean power at a lower cost than offshore wind