Minister's comments came as the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership announced name change to reflect shift in focus to zero carbon road transport
Study offers compelling case for green Covid-19 response which it estimates could create 385 million new jobs worldwide by 2030
Energy and Clean Growth Minister Kwasi Kwarteng confirms there is 'an ongoing debate within government' about how to revive the Green Investment Bank
New Energy Policy Tracker reveals support for fossil fuel industries has outstripped support for clean energy across the G20, but is there time to change course?
Beyond the stimulus measures announced last week, fundamental policy and institutional decisions are needed for a lasting and transformative economic recovery, argues Nick Molho of the Aldersgate Group
Laura Sandys of the Energy Data Taskforce explains how the energy industry and policymakers should learn from the food and IT industries and embrace a more consumer-centric approach to decarbonisation
Following confirmation of new £3bn plan, local government leaders team up with Siemens to argue that government should bring forward £5bn of promised long term energy efficiency spending
António Guterres warns governments risk squandering the opportunity to deliver a 'green recovery' that accelerates the net zero transition
The government's commitment to a green recovery is a big step forward, but impatience is growing as green businesses continue to wait for key policies and spending decisions that have been in the pipeline for months
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
'I have children, I have grandchildren. I just don't want to face those beautiful eyes, asking me and others: 'What have you done?''
Campaign group Plan B writes to Prime Minister and Chancellor warning legal action is imminent if stimulus package becomes a 'New Deal for Polluters'
Chancellor Rishi Sunak's new £3bn energy efficiency programme is a welcome boost to the green economy, but its ability to catalyse the transformation of the UK's building stock depends on what happens next
As UK energy professionals today add their voices to those calling for a green recovery, Dr Rob Gross attempts to decipher the white smoke emerging from the Treasury
Alliance of trade groups that employs 100,000 people said it was read to invest up to £1.5bn in the sector
Poll published by Energy Institute reveals that 70 per cent of energy professionals think the government should do more to meet climate goals
Ahead of Chancellor's summer update, MPs and business leaders step up calls for government to deliver sweeping green stimulus plan
E3G's Tom Burke sets out four tests the Chancellor's stimulus package must pass if the government is to deliver on its 'green recovery' promises
Climate damage is morally wrong, argues Ewan McGaughey, and a Green Recovery Act could hold the key to averting a crisis even worse than the coronavirus pandemic
Chancellor preps one year energy efficiency spending blitz, featuring £1bn to improve public buildings and £2bn to fund vouchers to help households pay for upgrade work
'From zero carbon heat laggard to leader': Green groups urge government to back heat pumps in recovery plans
Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, CPRE and Possible propose 'cash for clunkers' scheme, and urge government to prioritise heat pumps over hydrogen in its green heating plans
Poll: Energy efficiency, renewables, and nature restoration are 'people's priorities' for Covid-19 package
Survey commissioned by Conservative Environment Network reveals overwhelming majority of British public want next week's recovery package to back measures that tackle pollution and climate change