Controversial changes to renewable heat incentive tariffs and sustainability criteria have been delayed again due to the snap general election
Experts are divided on the environmental benefits of an expansion of energy from waste in the UK, and Brexit is adding a sense of urgency to the debate. Conor McGlone reports
Compliance with the UK’s renewable fuels target for road transport is falling short due to a lack of progress in biofuels uptake since 2015
The government has confirmed it will sell the GIB to Australian investor MacQuarie Group despite reservations among green business and a failed legal challenge
An application for a proposed incinerator bottom ash processing plant has been refused by the Environment Agency
Nik Spencer, chief executive of Mission Resources and joint developer of the Home Energy Recovery Unit (HERU) with Brunel University shares his career insights
The planning culture within many councils is limiting the effectiveness of the resource and waste management industry, says the ESA, and is likely to hamper circular economy progress
The government has allocated millions in funding to pilot district heat projects in England and Wales in a bid to cut heating bills and emissions
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