DECC signs off spending review plan that will result in cuts of around 10 per cent, but Defra reportedly refusing to find further savings
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has agreed to slash its budget by around 10 per cent from April 2015, as part of the latest round of spending cuts announced today by the Treasury. ...
UK buoyed by Offshore Wind Sector deal, but lack of clarity over onshore wind and nuclear suggests bleak outlook for renewables investment, analysts warn
2.3MW Lancashire site is now providing power to glass manufacturer NSG Group
Family illness means Universities Minister Chris Skidmore will temporarily take over climate brief
A year after the UK's biggest supermarkets and food manufacturers signed the Plastic Pact, a new report reveals the progress that has been made