£1.3bn plan is seen as 'pathfinder' for six bigger plants, which could generate more than 10 per cent of UK's electricity
Plans for a pioneering tidal power lagoon in Swansea Bay are expected to be supported by a government-commissioned report this week, potentially unlocking a multibillion-pound series of projects harnessing...
COP25 talks likely to spill into extra time as EU, smaller nations and business urge for robust Paris Agreement rules in face of US, Brazil and Australian opposition
Was it really 'a bad night for the climate'?
Who's in and who's out following the historic Conservative victory
More than 850,000 voters backed the Green Party, as the Party's support surged