Journalist John Broder insists he drove at normal speeds and the car did run out of charge
The New York Times journalist whose critical review kick-started a row between Tesla and the paper has defended the original article after the electric car manufacturer released data that cast doubt over...
German environment minister Barbara Hendricks orders only vegetarian food to be served at government events
Portuguese energy giant gets plan to slash carbon emissions by 75 per cent by 2030 validated by experts at the Science-Based Targets Initiative
Oil chief Darren Woods says "climate risks warrant action" including carbon tax, natural gas, energy efficiency, biofuels and CCS
Macquarie insists it is committed to renewable energy - but critics say it could invest in fossil fuels if its bid succeeds