Meters will allow more accurate energy measuring and facilitate sale of power back to the grid
The government yesterday threw its weight behind proposals for a nationwide roll out of smart meters, announcing that it would mandate that all UK households have the technology by 2020. Smart meters...
"A good step forward': Glencore announces plan to 'limit' coal production and develop 'Paris-consistent strategy'
'To deliver a strong investment case to our shareholders, we must invest in assets that will be resilient to regulatory, physical and operational risks related to climate change'
The £25m injection from Tepco and Jera comes with option for a further £10m to help scale up company's power storage ambitions
Research shows loss in yields could be offset by reorienting diets away from grain-fed meat
The UK's external trade arrangements after Brexit must be such that they secure the UK's environmental standards and allow them to tighten over time argues Nick Molho at the Aldersgate Group