Amid recent planning rejections for gas testing in England and questions over fracking firms' financial stability, green campaigners believe the tide is turning in their favour
2018 was supposed to be the long-awaited breakthrough year for the UK's still fledgling shale oil and gas industry. After all, last year had not been kind to the sector. Scotland moved to ban onshore...
Research conducted by mobile operators Nokia and Telefonica, compared 5G to legacy networks including 4G, finding the former to be far more efficient
A level playing field between heating technologies and an increase of the installer base are needed to drive a major rollout of heat pumps, argues the HPA's Graham Wright
The goal is a marked acceleration of targets previously announced by the firm, reflecting technological innovations and market development in the use of recycled plastics
Despite lockdown generating a steep decline in fossil fuel production, COVID-19 recovery plans risk accelerating it beyond pre-COVID levels, a UN-backed study warns