Academics warn any move by the government to cover nuclear construction risk could result in billions of pounds of subsidy
The government is today facing renewed calls for it to rule out specific subsidies for nuclear plants that would cover construction risks relating to new projects, after a group of leading energy academics...
Carmaker is hoping new Mustang Mach-E will attract new consumers to the electric car market
Annual Low Carbon Economy Index confirms rate of UK decarbonisation slowed to 3.5 per cent last year, well below what is needed to meet 2050 target
Better regulation and data are needed to modernise the energy grid for the net zero transition, argues Good Energy CEO Juliet Davenport
'Pledge to Net Zero' initiative launched by environmental services organisations, including IEMA, EIC, SocEnv, ACE, WSP and AECOM