Its new owners Macquarie insist it has a plan to use the bank to invest heavily in pioneering green infrastructure, but plenty are still suspicious of the sale
New head of the Green Investment Group - formally Green Investment Bank - Edward Northam explains what lies ahead for the newly privatised body
Building greener cities that boost social equity is a priority from coast to coast. But beware of urban resiliency as a 'land grab'
Carbon capture and storage remains a widely misunderstood technology - can it really take off as a global concern in the next few years?
New research from Drax and Imperial College London suggests rapid rise in renewables on UK grid has transformed carbon profile of electric vehicles
Griffith University's Tony Matthews and Jason Byrne issue an urgent call for more renewable-friendly planning systems
Backed by state funding alongside leading oil and gas firms, Norway is leading the world in carbon capture R&D at its Technology Centre Mongstad
Stock value of Clean200 list, which ranks firms according to their clean energy revenues, overtook fossil fuel benchmark on inauguration day and finishes first year with a 16.9 per cent return
The Nordic nation is pioneering an ambitious pipeline of CCS projects in the hope of sparking a new global industry into life
Policy Exchange's Matt Rooney argues that marrying the visions for CCS and hydrogen manufacture could bring multiple benefits to the UK
Takestock calls for food manufacturers to realise financial and environmental benefits that come from tackling waste mountain
So far BusinessGreen's blockchain mini-series has focused on the opportunities of the technology - but there are also significant barriers to its widespread adoption
Climate-KIC's Christoph Auch argues that firms that fail to respond to Millenials environmental concerns could soon find themselves facing a skills crunch
London Environment Strategy outlines ambitious vision for a zero-carbon capital - but can it deliver?
Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy Shirley Rodrigues says new plan will set direction for post-Brexit strategy across UK - but does City Hall have the power to realise its bold vision?
Mainstream investment firms are snapping up ESG specialists - has the market reached a tipping point?
Our exclusive three-part series explores the huge potential for the green economy to harness emerging blockchain technologies
The BusinessGreen Blockchain Briefing - Part Two: Electric vehicles, green supply chains and the Paris Agreement
In the second installment of our mini-series, BusinessGreen considers how blockchain could open up new EV charging networks, drive unprecedented transparency in the corporate supply chain, and even help deliver the Paris Agreement
In the first of a new mini-series, BusinessGreen examines the potential for blockchain to enable peer-to-peer energy trading and fully traceable green energy supplies
Major new PwC report argues current cost-benefit analyses are underplaying the wider impacts associated with poorly planned transport infrastructure
RenewableUK's Emma Pinchbeck explores how the growing interest in electric vehicles opens up a whole new front for the clean energy transition
Professor Mark Jolly warns light weight engines could have a sizeable carbon footprint, and asks if new energy labels for cars could help tackle embedded emissions
Wave energy has endured decades of hype and disappointment, but one start-up thinks it has the answer: transforming wave power into coastal protection
Can Professor Dieter Helm deliver on his promise to "sort out the facts from the myths about the cost of energy"?
Scaring people is only the first step in driving climate action - we have to then show people how to channel their fear, argues David Powell from the New Economics Foundation