More proactive government policies could generate an extra £546bn of investment in clean energy, report finds
Current policies among the world's richest 20 nations will result in $546bn (£348bn) less being invested in clean energy by 2020 than is needed to prevent dangerous climate change, according to a new report....
In a string of new measures unveiled yesterday, the bank has tightened its rules on providing finance to companies invested in coal, giving European firms until 2021 to align their coal strategies with a 2030 exit date.
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BEIS gives nod to huge 1.8GW wind farm proposed by Swedish energy company, as it delays approval for Ørsted's Hornsea Three project for the fourth time
Carbon capture and separation technology pioneer pulls in backing from oil and gas giant Equinor in second major funding round