Strathclyde University spin-out will start testing CoRMaT device in September
The director of a Strathclyde University marine energy spin-out has revealed that the company has signed a preliminary deal to deploy its small tidal energy devices as part of an ambitious new UK project....
EU Commission's decision to scrap Energy Star labels for office equipment without consultation remains controversial with manufacturers, says TechUK's Susanne Baker
County council claims potential for new jobs in the short term 'outweighed concerns about climate change and local amenity'
Chief executive of Climate Change Committee Chris Stark tells business leaders to 'take the leap' on decarbonisation ahead of net zero report publication
We Mean Business CEO Nigel Topping said actions of some major car sector bodies go against interests of their members and the low carbon transition