Treasury confirms it will fight to keep cut-rate VAT for green goods on domestic but not charitable buildings
The government has confirmed it will fight demands from Brussels to impose the full rate of VAT on green goods installed in homes, but has "reluctantly accepted" charitable buildings will have to pay the...
As BHP Billiton Plc holds its AGM in London this week, it's time for investors to call time on the company's support for those who seek to obstruct action on climate change
The Fijian Presidency of the annual UN climate summit wants to ensure ambitions are increased, but does the US have other plans?
US energy storage specialist brought online 20MW of battery storage on island last month, playing key role in grid reliability during Hurricanes Irma and Maria
All the finalists confirmed for the UK's most prestigious clean tech awards