New regulation will require importers of metals such as tin and gold to perform "due diligence" checks on their source
A new EU regulation is set to tackle the flow of "conflict minerals" into Europe by requiring importers to carry out due diligence on their suppliers. The new rules, which will apply to all but the...
Wind farms delivered their highest ever contribution to Europe's power mix as conventional coal and gas energy fell to a record low in Britain, according to new analysis from EnnAppSys
Trillion-dollar US fund manager to purchase UK clean infrastructure investor in bid to tap 'one of the most dynamic and fastest growing infrastructure sectors'
A new charging app will enable consumers to set a 'ready by time', enabling their electric vehicle to charge at times when energy demand is low
Businesses and policymakers must set clear and credible pathways to reach a net zero buildings future as soon as possible, explains AECOM's Robert Spencer