Study finds renewables could provide 40 per cent of global electricity by 2050
Renewable energy technologies could meet 40 per cent of global electricity demand by 2050 as long as governments show the sector the same degree of support they provide the nuclear and traditional fossil...
Proposals to replace EU rules 'downgrade' green principles, says cross-party committee
To deliver on SDG6 a significant uptick in water infrastructure investment is urgently needed, argues Alex Money, and private businesses could hold the key
Banking giant predicts wind and solar could meet two thirds of global power demand, even as electricity use more than doubles
BEIS Committee slams government's 'turbulent' policy support for carbon capture, storage and utilisation (CCUS) technologies