Clean energy advocates can not afford to bury their heads in the sand, argues IPPR's Jimmy Aldridge, reform is needed to help cut costs
Anyone working in the energy sector during the autumn of 2013 will remember only too well the furore over 'green crap' that blew up in response to Ed Miliband's announcement that he wanted to freeze energy...
Dutch engineers and oil giant Total unveil lightweight, two-seater electric car made without any plastic or metal which they claim is 100 per cent recyclable
Greener UK warns that there can be no 'Green Brexit' under a no deal Brexit scenario
Prime Minister tells Liaison Committee government will introduce the first Environment Bill since 1995, covering air quality and other post-Brexit 'opportunities'
From April 2019 large companies will need to report on energy use and carbon emissions in bid to simplify business reporting on climate