RenewableUK welcomes further details on contract for difference scheme, but warns process could create new risks for developers
Offshore wind developers are set to become embroiled in a tense "poker game" as they compete for long term feed-in tariff contracts proposed under the new Energy Bill. That is the view of trade association...
EV charging company plans to double the number of countries with its charging stations to six
Products, packaging, and operations are all targeted in updated sustainability goals from the global tech hardware player
'Far cry from what is needed': Marathon climate talks deliver compromise deal but defer key decisions
UN climate summit fails to secure progress on raft of key components of the Paris Agreement, putting huge pressure on UK to engineer a successful COP26 in Glasgow
COP25 hosts Chile insists a workable compromise must be found, but Brazil, the US and Australia stand accused of trying to neuter agreement