Michael Liebreich argues Conservatives need to listen to both green energy and shale gas advocates in the party to drive energy policy forwards
As things stand, energy risks becoming the most divisive issue within the Conservative party, the place usually held by Europe. On one side are the Roundheads, determinedly modern, concerned about climate...
Taking place virtually for the first time, the annual Consumer Electronics Show once again featured a host of emerging clean technologies - BusinessGreen takes a look at some of the most eye-catching developments
Appointment follows year of explosive growth for the plant-based 'meat' company, which has said it aims to eliminate the need for animal agriculture by 2035
Firm claims carbon reduction targets are most ambitious unveiled to date in hugely energy-intensive aluminum sector
The move follows the energy innovator's acquisition of wind turbines in south Wales and Yorkshire