Financial Times says Brussels could begin investigation into whether contract with EDF constitutes illegal state aid as soon as next week
Brussels is poised to launch a probe into whether the contract offered to EDF to build the UK's first nuclear reactor in a generation constitutes illegal state aid, according to reports today. EU competition...
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
Only a quarter of public sector organisations have plans in place to adapt services at risk from flooding and higher temperatures, according to Carbon Trust research
In focusing on how to revive the battered carbon capture sector, MPs attempt to draw a line under last year's scandalous decision to scrap demonstration funding
Motor company's headquarters in Canada, the US and Mexico now send no waste to landfill, instead recycling, composting or generating energy from waste material