The electronic engineer shared a Nobel Prize for developing the first blue LED 25 years ago, but he tells BusinessGreen the potential of energy efficient lighting is far from fully realised
As a sign of a bright idea, the image of a lightbulb flicking on above an inventor's head has become ubiquitous. Some would even say a cliché. Rarely, though, has it been as apt as for Shuji Nakamura,...
Although still above legal limits set by the EU, total emissions of harmful pollutants such as nitrogen oxides and sulphur dioxide are down in cities across England
So Energy wins the chance to supply almost 6,000 residents with electricity after securing deal through county's energy switch campaign
ClientEarth's Tatiana Luján warns the EU's current proposals don't go far enough to rid the continent of harmful plastic pollution
Increasing revenues is one of the main reasons US corporates adopt green strategies, according to new ING report