Solar, wind and hydro facilities planned, while first nuclear plant expected online by 2020
The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) has said it plans to spend $644m (£390m) to develop renewable energy facilities with a combined capacity of 258MW. State-run Egat, which owns...
MPs approve amendment to Climate Change Act with unanimous cheer of 'aye'
Industry-funded programme to develop 'globally competitive' UK supply chain and help support over 650 companies
Report suggests the world remains far off track to meeting the SDGs, with high income countries particularly failing to give budgetary backing to pledges
Company must pay back £123m to customers over 'shocking' failures at sewage treatment sites