ETI survey shows support for bioenergy similar to that of solar and offshore wind, but reveals on-going concerns about that biomass production's potential impact on food supplies
There is strong support amongst the British public for using biomass and waste to produce energy, according to a new survey commissioned by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI). The survey, conducted...
VIDEO: Head of energy and climate change at Britain's largest business body joins BusinessGreen deputy editor Michael Holder to discuss green recovery efforts, keeping net zero on track, and priority policy areas ahead of COP26
Yet just one in ten firms listed climate risk assessments as a priority, according to new survey results published today by earth science AI firm
How can businesses stand out in the run up to COP26 in Glasgow next year? Peter Browning of Browning Environmental Communications offers his thoughts
'From zero carbon heat laggard to leader': Green groups urge government to back heat pumps in recovery plans
Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, CPRE and Possible propose 'cash for clunkers' scheme, and urge government to prioritise heat pumps over hydrogen in its green heating plans