RenewableUK's Maf Smith explains how the expansion of wind power in Scotland means increasing demand for steel for turbines
Very early one bank holiday Monday, back in 2002, I left my home in Glasgow and drove the three hours to Machrihanish in Campbeltown. I was new into my job running Scottish Renewables, and the purpose...
Builders, plumbers, and other tradespeople advised to become TrustMark accredited so they can 'crack on' and offer grant-funded services under the government's new energy efficiency scheme
Cardiff and Bridgend are the first councils in Wales to be awarded funding from the government’s £320m HNIP scheme to accelerate the development of district heating networks
The UK must develop facilities to extract valuable metals from electronic waste, or it risks falling behind growing global competition, argues Inprotec's Chris Oldroyd
BT's head of environmental sustainability joins BusinessGreen editor-in-chief James Murray to reflect on a decade of transformational change in the world of business sustainability