Brussels launches "preliminary investigation" into £75m loan deal following Friends of the Earth complaint
The EU is reportedly investigating whether the UK may have breached European state aid rules by providing a £75m loan to Drax power station to help the country's largest coal-fired plant convert to biomass,...
As UN Secretary General calls on governments to deliver carbon neutral plans, over 25 of the world's largest companies will today announce net zero emissions goals
Overseas aid, local planning, and energy regulator Ofgem are just three of the areas where experts fear much needed net zero mandates are urgently required
The government must meet these milestones if net zero is to become a reality, argues Danial Sturge from the Energy Systems Catapult
The government is considering requiring transport operators to offer carbon offsets to customers, but are such schemes really able to drive change?