New LSE research finds richer countries would need to give up to two per cent of GDP to help developing nations adapt
Rich countries would not need to spend more than two per cent of their GDP by 2050 to help developing nations cut their carbon emissions, new analysis from London's Grantham Research Institute on Climate...
Review will look at penalties, contract lengths, and potentially opening up capacity market to new technologies such as renewables, Minister tells energy sector conference
BREAKING: Judge adjourns permission hearing on crucial challenge to the government's long term emissions goals, as legal battle continues
'The tip of a very large iceberg': 'Subsidy-free' offshore wind contract awarded, as low cost renewables trend gathers pace
Vattenfall secures landmark contract, as major new report suggests 60GW of 'subsidy-free' renewables could come online by 2030
'We will not be heating our buildings in 2050 by setting fire to the same substances that people burned in the Victorian era' government predicts