More than 40 companies and business groups warn scaling back ECO scheme would be counterproductive, as new analysis calls for a more targeted approach to fuel poverty
More than 40 businesses and trade bodies, including E.ON, Carillion and Travis Perkins, will today warn the Prime Minister that his plans to roll back green regulations could have the "perverse effect"...
EU diplomats said to be seeking level playing field for clean energy targets in any backstop arrangement as part of efforts to avoid hard border on island of Ireland
Peak coal, electric vehicle take-off and green power growth - everything you need to know from the International Energy Agency's annual bumper report
Green lawyers claim plans to convert Selby coal units to gas power risk locking in high carbon infrastructure that could undermine UK's climate commitments
ScottishPower's Keith Anderson responds to suggestions its green power transition has been misleadingly reported