Labour's Alan Whitehead asks if the government is edging towards a more sensible means of ensuring sufficient back-up power is available
As I've reported previously in these hallowed pages, I've been banging on in the Energy Bill Committee about how DECC's preference for an auction-based capacity market might turn out to be rather an expensive...
Two competitions launched by the government agency are geared at supporting firms that can help the the UK meet its 2025 Plastics Pact targets
New partnerships will aim to drive progress across seven carbon-intensive industries, including shipping, aviation, and steel
Study suggests food producers need to match supply with demand after findings reveal Europeans want environmentally responsible products, but don’t trust that food companies sustainability claims
Residents in Barcombe, East Sussex hope to develop a precedent for ‘greener’ home heating that can be emulated by other rural communities