New research suggests economies of scale, rather than low labour costs and controversial subsidies, are the main reason behind China's solar manufacturing triumph
China's dominance of the global solar manufacturing market has been built thanks to unwavering government support, attractive subsidies, and low labour costs. That has certainly been the received wisdom...
Prime Minister considering raising current 2030 target to cut emissions by 69 per cent from 1990 levels in new Paris Agreement plan
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UK takes a major step forward in its plans to commercialise a nuclear fusion power plant by 2040, inviting local communities to submit bids to host the country's inaugural project
Claire O'Neill's blistering testimony yesterday was full of Westminster Village drama, but it also raised serious questions for the government's climate agenda