Energy subsidies designed to keep lights on and support low-carbon electricity will have risen 124 per cent by 2020-21, review finds
Households will be paying £100 more for their annual bills within five years to fund four government policies designed to keep the lights on and support low-carbon electricity, according to a review. ...
EU Commission's decision to scrap Energy Star labels for office equipment without consultation remains controversial with manufacturers, says TechUK's Susanne Baker
County council claims potential for new jobs in the short term 'outweighed concerns about climate change and local amenity'
Chief executive of Climate Change Committee Chris Stark tells business leaders to 'take the leap' on decarbonisation ahead of net zero report publication
We Mean Business CEO Nigel Topping said actions of some major car sector bodies go against interests of their members and the low carbon transition