Labour's Alan Whitehead warns rules to improve the efficiency of rented accomodation include a worrying loophole that will leave many tenants living in cold and draughty homes
Lost in the mists of time (or 2011, to be precise) yet another Energy Bill found its way onto the statute books. Most of us have probably forgotten what was in that bill, since several, rather more meaty...
Israeli start-up reveals firm is on 'cusp of achieving a revolution in the EV charging experience' with its fast-charging battery cells
Banque de France to axe investment in firms generating more than half of their revenue from gas, 10 per cent from oil, and any revenue from coal by 2024
Wind farms delivered their highest ever contribution to Europe's power mix as conventional coal and gas energy fell to a record low in Britain, according to new analysis from EnnAppSys
Trillion-dollar US fund manager to purchase UK clean infrastructure investor in bid to tap 'one of the most dynamic and fastest growing infrastructure sectors'