Policies to tackle transport emissions could dramatically affect oil market outlook, new report concludes
We are living in an age of "ultra-cheap oil". Since 2014 the US shale gas boom and related OPEC response has meant the oil price has slumped dramatically, falling from over $110 per barrel in 2014 to below...
Wind farms delivered their highest ever contribution to Europe's power mix as conventional coal and gas energy fell to a record low in Britain, according to new analysis from EnnAppSys
Trillion-dollar US fund manager to purchase UK clean infrastructure investor in bid to tap 'one of the most dynamic and fastest growing infrastructure sectors'
A new charging app will enable consumers to set a 'ready by time', enabling their electric vehicle to charge at times when energy demand is low
Businesses and policymakers must set clear and credible pathways to reach a net zero buildings future as soon as possible, explains AECOM's Robert Spencer