EEF's Brad Deane suggests a 'polluter pays' approach could be used to cut harm from woodburners
In 1995 the UK emitted about 160,000 tonnes of fine particulate pollution (PM2.5), with manufacturing and construction making up about 20 per cent of those emissions. Fast forward 20 years to 2015 to see...
European Commission outlines its ambition to ramp up the bloc's hydrogen capacity 40-fold over the next 10 years, focusing primarily on green hydrogen infrastructure
Freuds CEO Dr Arlo Brady reflects on new research that suggests the coronavirus crisis has sparked a new era of public engagement with the many challenges the world faces
'We hope that the forthcoming Budget, White Paper and National Infrastructure Plan will provide further momentum'
Rishi Sunak confirms £3bn energy efficiency programme and promises to deliver green recovery, but fails to deliver wider stimulus measures