Developers say geotechnical investigation will determine scope of the project, which could be first in a series of tidal lagoons
Early work has started on the ambitious project to develop a £650m tidal power lagoon in Swansea Bay, which if completed would become the first purpose-built power plant of its type anywhere in the world....
Long-awaited legislation to deliver new environmental regulator and legally binding green targets
Fruit and vegetables the most vulnerable to food waste at all stages of the supply chain across rich and poor countries, according to UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation
One Point to offer 'streamlined' workplace charging installs, just months after green electricity provider snapped up a stake in EV charge map Zap Map
As everyone clammers for a cleaner, better, more efficient transport system Steve Nash, IMI Chief Executive calls for central government to take stock, take control and learn from best practice