Lawyers claim court action could delay government's plans for a new generation of nuclear reactors "by a year or more"
The government's plans for a "renaissance in nuclear power" could face severe delays as a result of persistent legal challenges, according to the government's own lawyers. In an internal advice note...
Work on the 'opposed piston' design from Achates Power, which dramatically cuts nitrogen oxide pollution, has been backed by federal and state grants
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All eyes are on COP24, but Juliet Davenport argues it is the latest OPEC meeting that could provide the bigger boost for clean technologies
UK Met Office professor tells UN summit Earth's 'energy balance' is changing