Treasury confirms it will fight to keep cut-rate VAT for green goods on domestic but not charitable buildings
The government has confirmed it will fight demands from Brussels to impose the full rate of VAT on green goods installed in homes, but has "reluctantly accepted" charitable buildings will have to pay the...
Storage secures 3.2GW of capacity market contracts, in latest auction which also extended major subsidies for gas plants
New unit formed in anticipation of a rising interest in the sector from clients, says banking giant
Twenty-one tech giants, from Adobe to WD, are identified as leaders, yet trouble brews among their peers
Felix Preston of Chatham House considers who will champion the Paris Agreement if US goes into reverse on climate change