Government considering 'associate membership' of group that governs movement of radioactive material across Europe
The government is drawing up plans to replicate the benefits of remaining a member of the Euratom treaty, which governs the movement of nuclear materials across Europe, in the face of a growing rebellion...
New government stats show renewable generation grew by almost five per cent in 2019, while coal, gas and nuclear all experienced declines in output
Members of the commission, which was assembled by the Zero Carbon Campaign, have been drawn from political, scientific, academic and climate policy backgrounds
Leading energy firms aim to bring their expertise in Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage technology to the proposed north-east project
Leading green trade bodies, think tanks, sustainability execs, and corporates throw weight behind inaugural Net Zero Festival