Energy giant reports £83m loss in first half of year in part due to depreciation of its coal assets
Drax today revealed it is pursuing a "coal-free future" for its business after posting a pre-tax loss of £83m during the first half of the year, in part due to the depreciation of its coal assets. Announcing...
The two 50MW batteries are located near the village of Minety in Wiltshire and are currently being developed by two Chinese state-owned companies
The airline plans to invest in aircraft renewal, sustainable jet fuel, weight reduction, and CO2 offsetting and sequestration projects
French-owned energy giant reportedly plotting new nuclear power station in Suffolk in partnership with China's CGN
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