Climate change minister insists slashed incentives will put feed-in tariff scheme on a firmer footing
Climate change minister Greg Barker has today defended controversial government proposals to slash the level of feed-in tariff incentives available to large solar installations, insisting the changes are...
Is the Treasury a help or hindrance to the green cause, asks Culmer Raphael's Alasdair MacEwen
'It's in our best interests': How Ab InBev hopes its sustainability targets will resonate with millennials
Changing customer demographics mean it is essential brewing giant is seen to lead on green issues, argues chief sustainability officer Tony Milikin
Number of newly completed and in-development coal-fired power stations around the world fell by almost a third last year, analysis shows
Government plans to leave European nuclear agreement after Brexit suffer setback as Peers vote through amendment that would allow for a pause until alternative arrangements are agreed