Aurora Energy Research argues flaws in government methodology means it may have underestimated the level of subsidy required by new offshore wind farms
Could the news that offshore wind costs have fallen 50 per cent in just a few years be too good to be true? That is the question posed by new research today from influential analyst firm Aurora Energy...
Shell and bio-bean team up to provide biofuel containing part coffee oil for London buses in a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Report by think tank Bright Blue sets out a vision for post-Brexit farming that would incentivise measures to boost ecosystems, woodland, and peatland
New measures to tackle ocean plastics, roll out autonomous and electric vehicles, and boost R&D all expected in Wednesday's budget
A telegram obtained by Greenpeace shows that Greg Hands met a Brazilian minister to discuss relaxation of tax and environmental regulation