Financial think tank Carbon Tracker has urged the government to take its "foot off the gas" when planning future energy supply
Forty per cent of under 35s told EY researchers they would pay a premium for sustainable energy
New actions aim to reorient US energy policy towards clean power sources, while directing federal agencies to procure clean energy and zero-emissions vehicles
A new BNEF analysis reveals how corporate clean energy procurement grew 18 per cent through 2020, despite the difficulties posed by the coronavirus pandemic
Extending the use of electricity, alongside deploying hydrogen and carbon capture and utilisation technologies, critical if the world is to reach its net-zero goals, IEA report concludes
UK-listed clean energy and tech stocks grew by an average of 170 per cent over the past year, the report finds
New government stats show renewable generation grew by almost five per cent in 2019, while coal, gas and nuclear all experienced declines in output
UK Research and Innovation has confirmed an initial investment of £18m in a programme to design a compact nuclear power station
Financing from local authorities, private capital, and government investment is set to fund pursuit of councils' clean energy goals
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