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Former News Editor
Will Nichols joined BusinessGreen in September 2010 and left in July 2015.
He produced a wide range of news and analysis for the site, with a particular focus on low carbon transport, environmental risk, and green management.
Will trained as a journalist at Brunel University and worked on a number of local papers and green energy website New Energy Focus before joining BusinessGreen.
He previously worked for BP spending two and half years in the company's graduate scheme.
UK company to provide power to 27,400 mobile masts in India through Essential Energy subsidiary
Will Nichols takes a look at the seismic changes that have occurred in clean tech during his time at BusinessGreen
Seven-seater dubbed world's first all-electric MPV is targeted squarely at shuttle services and chauffeurs
The £7bn cost to renovate Westminister is too steep - ship politicians to a purpose-built low carbon hub at the heart of the country
Micro-inverter specialist plans to bring total energy solution, comprising solar, storage, and load management, to market in 2016
DNV GL execs who reviewed initiative for the UN outline how the popular programme needs to enlist smaller firms and reveal why business needs to get naked
Will subsidies be rolled back and green taxes cut? BusinessGreen provides the latest news as Chancellor George Osborne delivers his first Budget of this government
Green bonds account for a third of $95bn rise in climate bond issuance, report finds
Carbon Tracker says cheaper green technologies and falling demand will leave billions of planned LNG projects shelved
Higher winds and increased capacity sees electricity produced increase 120 per cent from 2014