Giving evidence to BEIS committee, major housebuilder admits it was in favour of scrapping zero carbon policy as part of push to unlock construction of more new homes
Homebuilder Persimmon lobbied the government to axe the zero carbon homes policy in 2015, less than a year before it was due to come into effect, the company admitted yesterday. Giving evidence to the...
New report recommends that outright ban on SUV advertising could help accelerate shift towards cleaner forms of transport
Company backed by European engineering giants exits stealth mode with plan to deliver French gigafactories
Response to consultation confirms tax breaks designed to drive energy-saving investments will continue, as government flags plans for longer-term reforms to popular scheme will be revealed 'shortly'
Chemicals Industries Association warns that a data-sharing deal is necessary to prevent chemicals companies shouldering heavy costs to duplicate their data from the EU's chemicals database to the UK Reach system