Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government is considering whether to call in for review Cumbria Council's controversial approval for new coal mine
The mine will be operated by West Cumbria Mining and is expected to extract 2.4 million tonnes annually for use in industry, causing consternation among climate campaigners
Dutch asset managed intends to complete process of integrating new investment policy by the end of 2020
UN Secretary-General offers starkest criticism yet of the outlook for the coal sector, as he calls on India to end support for fossil fuels
Landmark pledge makes Suncorp the first major insurer to adopt any policy restricting underwriting for oil and gas
Waste Knot Energy project to produce 240,000 tonnes of fuel pellets each year offering alternative to coal in steel and cement manufacturing
World's largest mining company to exit thermal coal mining within two years and prioritise 'higher quality coking coal' for steelmaking
Dozens of jobs at risk as operator Banks Group voices frustration at failure to secure permission to extend lifetime of coal mine
Latest coal-free power run falls short of record, as high temperatures impact gas output
Think tank reveals wind and solar are now providing 10 per cent of global power and are demonstrating impressive resilience to the coronavirus crisis, as coal investment continues to slide
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Governments should prepare to pay coal operators to shut down plants and compensate impacted workers and communities, study argues
Clean energy generated a historic 40 per cent of the bloc's electricity in the first half of 2020, according to green think tank Ember
In a string of new measures unveiled yesterday, the bank has tightened its rules on providing finance to companies invested in coal, giving European firms until 2021 to align their coal strategies with a 2030 exit date.
Testing at Drax power plant delivered coal power to the grid last night, as UK passes latest smart grid milestones
UK grid passes latest clean power milestone, with no immediate end in sight to coal-free run
The enormous expansion in China's coal power capacity means more regional vested interests against decarbonisation, writes Andrew Warren
Legal & General, Aberdeen Standard Investments and Church of England Pensions Board join anti-coal, multi-stakeholder alliance that aims to encourage the phase out of coal by 2050 at the latest.
People's Bank of China intends to move its green financing framework closer to global standards by excluding so-called 'clean coal', according to reports
Council to consider changes to planning application following highly critical report that argued a new coal mine in the UK was not compatible with the country's climate goals
With airlines looking at an annus horribilis in 2020, planes could follow coal plants as Europe's next stranded asset, writes Vlerick Business School's Professor David Veredas
Banking giant pulls forward target to end the use of coal by its electricity-producing customers to the end of 2030
National Grid ESO confirms UK has completed 30 days and counting without coal power
Project designer for £7m council minewater district heating project set to heat “fuel-poor homes” was appointed last week.