Green businesses should take note of the government's assumption that gas could replace a shortfall in solar power
"What's new?" you might think to yourself when you read about solar power companies complaining, yet again, over planned subsidy cuts for large scale photovoltaic "solar farms". After all, it seems...
Energy supplier says plan to pay customers to use electricity when supply is abundant and demand low is a world first
The government has once again lost a court battle over its air quality plans, how it responds will tell us a lot about how serious its Green Brexit vision should be taken
Environment Agency hints at fresh crackdown on water pollution as new data shows 'far too many serious pollution incidents' recorded last year
10:10's Leo Murray welcomes the government's green blitz, but warns it urgently needs to be backed up with more policy action