Responding to Times report suggesting UK "has enough wind turbines", Committee confirms most cost-effective decarbonisation scenarios require more onshore wind energy through to 2030
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has today reiterated that an increase in onshore wind capacity during the 2020s is likely to represent the most cost-effective means for the UK to meet its carbon...
Sir James Bevan's speech to the Carbon Trust Low Carbon Cities Conference - in full
Green Party's Molly Scott Cato is concerned about climate and air quality impacts from wood and waste combustion
Government does not have reliable estimate of overpayments to RHI participants, warns National Audit Office
BEIS and Treasury officials warn they will be prepared to act if voluntary take-up of TCFD guidelines don't meet expectations