Gareth Stace on why the EEF takes issue with the Committee on Climate Change's assertions that industry has little to fear from carbon policy
Carbon policies have not contributed to a shift in manufacturing overseas and neither will they do so to 2020. We can all breathe a sigh of relief and dismiss worrying reports from UK companies that the...
The Supreme Court's decision to stay the Clean Power Plan while legal action is heard is less than ideal, but it will barely make a dent in US clean energy investment
Energy Minister reaffirms government commitment to supporting UK green technology sector, highlighting nuclear and offshore wind as key spending priorities
Greg Muttitt of Oil Change International wonders if BP's poor track record on assessing renewable energy trends means the firm is risking a "Kodak moment"
Writing exclusively for BusinessGreen, Energy and Climate Change Minister Lord Bourne predicts that post-Paris the UK can cement its position as Europe's premier clean tech cluster