Government insists IT system delay will not affect overall target to roll out meters to 30 million homes and businesses by 2020
The government's drive to offer smart meters to every home and business has suffered yet another setback, with the project's crucial IT communications system now not expected to be ready until the autumn....
Trillions of dollars will be spent to stimulate the global economy after the pandemic - we must not continue the mistake of fossil fuel dependency, argues Mainstream Renewable Power CEO Andy Kinsella
Partners will split materials generated at the plant, providing capacity to recycle batteries from Norway’s world-leading fleet of electric vehicles
Energy giant launches new carbon offset tariffs, as polling shows majority of public think lockdown has made them more aware of climate impacts
Al Gore: 'Need for climate action is bound together with the struggle for racial equality and liberation'
Environmental campaigners express solidarity with civil rights activists, as protests escalate across the US