Network reform may be a headache, but we must face it head on if our industries are to remain competitive, argues EEF's Dipali Raniga
While 2017 has been a year of big energy policy announcements, a swathe of regulatory initiatives have also kicked off in relation to network charging. This is the rules around who pays for the wires...
Three-year trial led by wave energy specialist CorPower Ocean helps to drive technology cost and carbon savings
Two firms offer free household collection service for plastic bottle lids to combat global shortage of hand sanitiser dispensers
Demonstration plant to open next year for lab-engineered enzyme researchers claim can break down 90 per cent of PET plastic in 10 hours
The future we create for our society and our planet will depend on agile, compassionate leadership, argues Eliot Whittington, director of the Corporate Leaders Groups