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Assertive PassivSystems plots expansion plan

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With a £12m IPO in the pipeline the UK-based building energy management specialist is preparing to heat up the green home market

16 Apr 2014

Vireol opens new US biofuel plant after struggling for UK finance

Vireol Hopewell bioethanol plant

Bioethanol producer found EU biofuels wrangle unsettled investors, but still aims to build advanced fuels plant in Grimsby

14 Apr 2014

Tesco makes case for stricter carbon reporting rules

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Tesco's Caroline Sindrey reveals how the retail giant gets value from reporting on its carbon emissions

09 Apr 2014

Taking green property into the mainstream

Julie Hirigoyen of JLL reveals how her position as head of sustainability is allowing her to embed green principles right across the property giant

09 Apr 2014

Greg Barker: Solar energy should be default option for UK businesses

Energy and Climate Change Minister says new strategy will provide a major boost to commercial solar rooftop sector

04 Apr 2014

Innocent founder: 'There’s never been a better time in the history of humanity to start up a business'

Richard Reed talks low carbon innovation and the 'lunacy' in ignoring tidal power

27 Mar 2014

PensionDanmark chief: How to plug the billion dollar climate finance gap

Torben Möger Pedersen tells BusinessGreen climate finance must be made more attractive to the private sector

24 Mar 2014

DNV GL boss reveals plan to put climate resilience at heart of renewed sustainability drive

Global certification and risk management specialist argues that businesses need to take steps to bolster their climate adaptation strategies

21 Mar 2014

Moore’s Law can’t help us now – big data processing and the drain on energy supplies

Data volumes are "sky-rocketing" as Moore’s Law efficiencies are flat-lining, warns EPFL’s Babak Falsafi

18 Mar 2014

Women in Solar: SunnyMoney's Linda Wamune

Sunny Money's head of operations in Kenya explains how solar lamps are helping to transform people's lives

18 Mar 2014

Solar subsidies are a catalyst, not a crutch, says Enphase chief

Microinverter company believes technology can compete on its own merits and says falling costs will continue to drive growth in traditional markets

07 Mar 2014

Lord Deben: "The technique of those opposed to action on climate change is spreading doubt"

"Market capitalisation based on large scale fossil fuel reserves becomes much more questionable as we move into a new age of renewables and low carbon technology"

27 Feb 2014

Committee on Climate Change chief calls for UK flood policy overhaul

Lord Deben accuses successive governments of not spending enough on flood protection

11 Feb 2014

Inside P&G's phosphate-free detergent pledge

Procter & Gamble's Gianni Ciserani reveals how and why the consumer goods giant will phase out the use of all phosphates in its laundry detergents

28 Jan 2014

In the Green Room with Mabey Bridge's Mark Coia

The managing director of the UK-based wind turbine tower supplier eyes up David Moyes job at Manchester United

27 Jan 2014

In the Green Room with Dalkia's Ian Stephenson

Dalkia's director for district heating and biopods explains the appeal of "cradle to grate"

08 Jan 2014

In the Green Room with Sefaira's Mads Jensen

The co-founder of the sustainable building software company urges green businesses to base their green strategies on science

02 Jan 2014

Jeremy Leggett: It's flattering when people dismiss solar power

The founder of SolarAid pays tribute to Hermann Scheer, the architect of the feed-in tariff

16 Dec 2013

Greg Barker predicts solar resurgence in 2014

Climate Change Minister pledges to knock down barriers faced by "under-deployed" commercial solar rooftop sector

16 Dec 2013

CCS chief: Europe has lost its way on carbon capture

New CCS Association chief executive calls on UK and Europe to send longer term signal to encourage investment into the 2020s

08 Nov 2013

In the Green Room with Whitbread's Chris George

Head of energy and environment for the restaurateur and hotelier says digital technology will provide the biggest green innovations

21 Oct 2013

Jaguar Land Rover: Building a greener brand

How has the auto-maker repaired its reputation from lambasted maker of gas guzzlers to model citizen? Lem Bingley reports

16 Oct 2013

Asia Pulp & Paper calls on Indonesian government to help halt deforestation

Aida Greenbury, head of sustainability for APP, talks to BusinessGreen Plus about forestry, peat land, and managing social conflict

15 Oct 2013

Jonathan Porritt unveils his business plan for the world

Forum for the Future founder tells BusinessGreen Plus about the work behind his latest book, The World We Made

11 Oct 2013

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