Unite Students and Philips ink deal to install LED lighting for 41,000 students
Student accommodation may be better known for decorative traffic cones and arguments over who left the sour milk in the fridge than it is for cutting-edge clean technology. But over 40,000 UK students...
Dictionary identifies a 'demonstrable escalation in language' used to describe climate change
Party promises one million green jobs and a windfall tax on oil companies as part of its Green Industrial Revolution
The next government must start delivering climate policies on the ground to ensure the UK hits net zero, argues Energy Networks Association chief executive David Smith
Refusing to follow EU rules on energy efficiency standards will put UK manufacturers on the back foot, Andrew Warren warns