Latest projection from International Energy Agency sees huge growth in EV numbers globally, but the surge could deliver a major shortfall in fuel tax revenues
The number of electric vehicles on the world's roads is set to triple by the end of the decade and under current national policies may soar to as many as 125 million by 2030, according to the International...
Deadline for clean tech firms to submit an application to pitch at annual investor forum falls this Friday
Government's current green housing policies 'do not go far enough' to protect against climate change or cutting CO2, advisory body warns
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Emma Howard Boyd concedes flood defences 'cannot prevent flooding everywhere, all of the time' and calls instead for more resilient infrastructure