Sources confirm NGOs would be prepared to break new Lobbying Bill rules designed to restrict political debate in run up to election
Some of the UK's green NGOs could be willing to break the law if the government passes its controversial Lobbying Bill in its current form. Fears are mounting across the NGO and think tank sector that...
New plant will use enzymes to process household waste into organic slurry, which is then used to generate biogas
IT giant also commits to using 40 per cent renewable energy by the end of the decade
Energy Company Obligation scheme will be refocused under DECC plans to help poorest households, during one-year transition towards new Fuel Poverty Obligation scheme
RenewableUK's Hugh McNeal argues onshore wind can play a vital role in driving low-carbon investment in post-Brexit Britain