Clean tech start up Reduse says its technology can turn printed sheets back into white paper
French start-up Glowee has developed a commercial light using living, glow-in-the-dark bacteria
Funding awards totaling £38m designed to boost green automotive R&D
South Australian government to offer $250,000 to clean tech entrepreneurs capable of helping the city become the first in the world to become truly ‘carbon neutral'
In the latest in our Green Business 2022 series, Acciona's Felix Rivas considers the most disruptive trends facing the green economy over the next six years
London Sustainable Development Commission argues West London site is ideal location for a pioneering new clean tech cluster
In the latest in our Green Business 2022 Sustainable Ventures' reveals his hopes for a green economy ready to break down the barriers between its constituent parts
SmarterUK's Dan Byles argues it is time for air quality and climate change campaigners to realise they are natural bedfellows
Renewable energy firm debuts solar fridges that make use of advanced phase change material to overcome battery challenges
Tech billionaire predicts innovation will deliver the clean energy the world desperately needs, but only if young people, businesses, and governments step up to the plate
Annual progress report calls on shipping industry to take advantage of new Save as you Sail finance scheme
TechUK's Susanne Baker explores how a new proposal could bring an end to the European stand deadlock over new conflict mineral rules
Yorkshire-based tech firm has developed low-energy way of producing powdered titanium for use in 3D printers
Canadian province set to funnel millions from its Green Investment Fund into flagship carbon reduction and energy efficiency schemes
Norwegian oil and gas giant debuts Statoil Energy Ventures, hailing it as "one of the world's largest corporate venture funds dedicated to renewable energy"
Until sectors where the case for green investment is blindingly obvious embrace clean technologies the low carbon transition will struggle to get out of the slow lane
BusinessGreen catches up with Pete Lau, the newly-appointed Europe and Middle East chief executive of GE start-up Current, to find out how the fledgling company plans to capture the energy service market
Energy Minister reaffirms government commitment to supporting UK green technology sector, highlighting nuclear and offshore wind as key spending priorities
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
White House aims to increase US investment in clean-energy research to $13bn, but budget needs approval from Republican-controlled Congress
Could graphene manufacturer Directa Plus's superabsorbant material change the game for oil clean ups?
Toby Peters, chief executive of Dearman and winner of BusinessGreen’s Innovator of the Year Award, explains why context is key in clean tech marketing
Maria Connolly urges women working in the renewables sector to challenge lingering misconceptions about the career opportunities offered to women by the energy industry
One month since the Paris Agreement was reached, BusinessGreen takes a look at what's next for the historic accord – and how green businesses plan to build on the momentum created in the French capital