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...
Inaugural Towards Net Zero Leaders Briefing to explore how businesses can support and accelerate the transition to a net zero emission transport system
The government's response to the shelving of three major new nuclear projects suggests a re-think is underway, but does it go far enough?
Hitachi becomes second developer in six months to back out of plans for new UK nuclear plants, shelving work on the £16bn Wylfa Newydd plant
TechUK's Susanne Baker argues the business case for a more robust and ambitious Environment Bill is hugely compelling