Five businesses or business groups in the capital will receive up to £200,000 to cut local pollution
Solar PV deployment continued its ascent last year, but are the technology’s prospects starting to dim?
There are “uncertain strategic and economic benefits” to supporting a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley, says the National Audit Office
New forms of private funding for local renewables and energy efficiency are emerging, but developers say it is too early to pull the plug on subsidies
New private investors may be attracted into domestic energy efficiency upgrades through an innovative bond scheme as the GDFC looks to expand its lending
A growing number of high-profile companies are adopting carbon reduction targets based on their contribution to global emissions and the Paris Agreement. Paul Hatchwell looks at how a more science-based approach is giving firms greater confidence about their sustainability goals and the resources needed
Paul Hatchwell: The Paris Agreement seem far removed from the daily concerns of businesses balancing energy efficiency and emissions reduction investments against other compliance and competitiveness issues. But it is not.
Hundreds of enforcement notices and some civil penalty notices have been issued as the EA seeks to tackle continuing non-compliance with ESOS
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