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...
Wind power benefited during Storms Ciara and Dennis, and more local green energy and storage can build greater grid resilience to outages, argues Kaluza's Conor Maher-McWilliams
Introducing the Ultra Low Emission Zone and rolling out more electric buses have delivered significant drop in pollution, Mayor claims
Dutch brewing giant released join financial and sustainability report as it sets sights on developing new 2030 Science Based Targets for CO2
Key amendments are needed to deliver a world leading environmental regime and an investible proposition for business, argues Nick Molho of the Aldersgate Group