New research from Drax and Imperial College London suggests rapid rise in renewables on UK grid has transformed carbon profile of electric vehicles
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
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
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?
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
The waste industry is near-unanimous that UK will continue to lack requisite capacity to turn household rubbish into energy, but one consultancy is convinced the opposite is the case
How Swiss Re, the world's second-largest reinsurer, is shifting its entire $130bn portfolio towards ethical indices
What does the latest government survey tell us about public opinion on renewables, fracking, energy bill costs, and concern over power cuts?
New poll shows 61 per cent of people globally see climate change as a 'major threat', as engagement with climate risks continues to climb
Plants larger than 50MW will have four years to adapt to meet new stricter standards for air pollutants, as lawyers warn they will sue sites that fail to comply
Manufacturers are engaged in a fast-paced fight to deliver efficiency gains that outstrip projected industry growth
2016 will go down in history as the year coal power was brought to its knees
What does the new air quality plan tell us about the government's clean air and transport strategy going forward?
BusinessGreen runs through the key proposals, findings and talking points arising from Defra's plan to tackle nitrogen dioxide pollution from road transport
The government has unleashed another revamped plan to cut nitrogen dioxide pollution across the UK - BusinessGreen rounds up the reaction from leading businesses, green groups and politicians
The government and Ofgem's plan for a cleaner, more flexible energy system has been warmly welcomed by green businesses, but many of the details are yet to be ironed out
Lack of policy clarity and uneven sector support leads to sharp contractions in some green energy sectors and hopes of buoyant growth in others, REA research suggests
Ofgem has unveiled a plan to smarten up the grid while BEIS has earmarked £246m for battery storage - Businesses, energy trade bodies, and environmental groups have their say on the news
Green Alliance calls for rethink on role of European Court of Justice post-Brexit, and for UK to maintain access to energy market
The company's former CEO is of two minds: Great for shareholders, but not so much for the planet — or the climate movement
The global mining industry produces crucial materials for clean technologies, but many companies are also risking their future business due to heavy dependence on fossil fuels, warn researchers
New LSE research suggests endorsement from neighbours is one of the best sales tools for new solar arrays, even among farms and businesses