Property giant signs two-year renewable power contract with Total Gas and Power worth over £75m
Steep decline in coal-fired electricity generation means no need for new coal mines, campaigners claim
UK solar industry broke its generation record on Monday, reaching a new peak of 9.47GW as it delivered over a quarter of the country's power
The resolution, which BP has agreed to back, signals increasing investor pressure on firms to act on climate change
A mammoth scientific review of greenhouse gas monitoring methods does not address flaws around bioenergy use, according to campaigners
Governments invited to apply for funding for island renewables and energy efficiency projects
Could SDG7 provide a spring board for both full decarbonisation and the achievement of all 17 SDGs?
Auto giant leads fresh funding round to support UK-based smart battery specialist's international expansion plans
91 MPs have signed a letter urging Energy and Clean Growth Minister Claire Perry to introduce new policies to support wave and tidal stream technologies
Oil giant announces latest clean tech R&D push
Pilot project in Switzerland aims to establish a viable market for captured carbon
Trade body warns the powerhouse of the European wind energy market is in 'deep trouble'
UN chief Antonio Guterres tells Associated Press countries should stop building new coal from next year or face 'total disaster'
Ports of Rotterdam, Antwerp and Ghent to pipe greenhouse gas into vast under-sea reservoir
Ofgem's Targeted Charging Review will favour gas power over new renewables, according to new research from Aurora
VIDEO: AFC Energy has developed a semi-portable system for charging electric vehicles using hydrogen - BusinessGreen went for a closer look
Grid operator confirms no coal plants scheduled to come online before 2pm this afternoon, meaning UK is set to complete a week without coal power
Siemens has confirmed it plans to carve out its energy division, including oil and gas unit and wind business SGRE
A Bank Holiday record of 114 consecutive hours without using coal power underlined the UK's progress in quitting its dirtiest fuel, but where next for the fossil fuel phase out?
International Energy Agency data prompts fresh concerns about world's ability to meet long-term climate change goals
Across Cornwall, cutting edge green technologies are being installed to help manage the grid constraints caused by renewables - BusinessGreen visited the county to find out more
The Companies' Act should be re-written to put greater impetus on environmental responsibility, argues Social Enterprise UK's Andrew O'Brien
BusinessGreen brings you this week's green business headlines from around the world
'Capitalism is both the cause and the solution' - The CCC chief talks to BusinessGreen about net zero, public protests, and how he is 'verging on optimism about it all'