Road building, efficient computing, and energy storage technologies big winners from new £5bn capital spending commitment, but more departmental cuts now expected next year
Chancellor George Osborne today announced a mix of high and low carbon new infrastructure projects, backed by £5bn of spending that will be delivered through a new wave of spending cuts for Whitehall departments....
The PM must fulfill his pledge to 'invest massively in hydrogen' backed by a comprehensive H2 strategy, writes Energy Networks Association chief executive David Smith
Kemsley power station is designed to process 550,000 tonnes of waste per year to produce both electricity and heat
New lights promise to slash emissions and energy bills
New academic report predicts US will suffer loss of political and economic power if it exits the global climate accord in November