Huge new hydroelectric project suspended until local indigenous community is properly consulted about possible fallout
Opponents of the world's biggest new hydroelectric project - the Belo Monte dam in Brazil - notched up a rare victory this week, when a federal appeals court ordered construction to be suspended until...
Ahead of President Macron's climate summit today two major French corporates announce plans to step up clean tech adoption
EV charging pilot will pave the way for a new electric vehicle charging offer from green energy supplier
New research by techUK reveals that tech-savvy Millennials have emerged as the new home energy champions. But consumer participation cannot be taken for granted, tech UK's Susanne Baker warns
National Audit Office: No 'legal obligation' for Macquarie to continue Green Investment Bank's long-term mission
Report reveals fresh details about controversial sale, including the impact of delays on bank's lending ability and failure by government to secure legally binding green guarantees