Heavy industries facing increasing burdens from the contracts for difference regime will see their costs reduced by up to £100m a year under proposed new regulations
In his latest book, Dieter Helm gives an optimistic view of technology’s ability to tackle the world’s energy problems but has less faith in government policy or regulation
Natural Resources Wales has made great strides in efficiency savings but this could be at the expense of its conservation and nature work
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority has decided to cancel a £6bn nuclear clean-up contract to avoid legal challenges and control costs
Paul Hatchwell: March saw the UK drive deeper into a policy interregnum ahead of Brexit as prime minister May’s hovering thumb finally pressed down on the Article 50 button.
Biomethane could play a significant role in decarbonising heat and transport in the UK but it faces policy uncertainty and competing priorities for its use. Paul Hatchwell investigates
WRAP has struck up a second regional partnership aimed at helping Greater Manchester meet its target of a 60% recycling rate by 2025
The climate and air functions of the US Environmental Protection Agency are under threat, which could undermine domestic action in these areas
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