Climate Change Minister tells Commons select committee her team is 'actively working' on a strategy to bring onshore wind in from the cold
New strategy underscores importance of low-carbon innovation to future growth, but struggles to address flaws in the government's decarbonisation plans
UK100 group of cities urge Environment Secretary to deliver national framework to drive air quality improvements
Philip Hammond yesterday announced no there would be no new support for renewables until 2025 - is this a sign of confidence in clean energy or the government turning its back on clean growth?
The Budget was the first real test of the government's decision to privatise the Green Investment Bank - it only served to highlight the short-sightedness of the decision
Pledges on EVs and plastic pollution are welcome, but Hammond has failed to accelerate a coal phase-out while gambling on further renewables' cost-reductions
The government has gambled on the clean energy industry's ability to deliver deep emissions reductions with no extra support - it remains to be seen if the bet pays off