Government defeated by 237 to 193 in vote to amend energy bill that could mean plants are forced to cut down gas emissions
The House of Lords has voted to kill off Britain's coal-fired power plants more quickly than expected as Labour defeated the government in a vote to amend the energy bill. Peers led by shadow energy...
Greg Clark announces £343m government and industry-backed aviation research and development drive, including £58m for pioneering electric flight initiative
Lightweight rockets for satellite launches use renewable bio-propane which company claims reduce CO2 emissions 90 per cent compared to traditional fuels
Key Commons vote awaits, as David Davis highlights concerns over 'common rulebook', including environmental regulations, and business leaders raise alarm over 'no deal' risks
Poll by RenewableUK also finds 61 per cent of Conservative voters would also like to see effective onshore wind development ban lifted