Miguel Arias Cañete told by lawmakers that he must give up his shares in two oil companies if his nomination is to be approved
Lawmakers say that the EU's proposed new climate and energy commissioner, Miguel Arias Cañete, must dispose of any oil company shareholdings before they consider giving his nomination a green light at...
Green steel 'stimulus for the north’ could revitalise the industry and establish UK as a global leader in low carbon steel technologies, according to IPPR North
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Compromise means informal talks will take place virtually next month as UK battles to ensure Glasgow summit itself takes place in person
A further 1GW of subsidy-free solar could also be added this year as decarbonisation of buildings and energy gathers pace, Solar Energy UK claims