UK's first deep geothermal plant gets the green light, but project will still require additional funding round
The UK's first deep geothermal power plant could be up and running by 2013, after Cornwall Council last week gave the go-ahead for the pioneering 65MW project. UK-based Geothermal Engineering Ltd said...
Climate Bonds Initiative launches new campaign, as EIB confirms plan for $100m green bonds investment push
Experts reveal their top tips on how to start implementing the FSB's climate risk disclosure guidelines across your business
AECOM's Robert Spencer warns that businesses deploying circular economy models need to remember to make the case for the approach, even once it is successfully up and running
Review will look at penalties, contract lengths, and potentially opening up capacity market to new technologies such as renewables, Minister tells energy sector conference