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Former energy secretary Andrea Leadsom did not act unlawfully in granting permission for Drax power station's plans to replace its two remaining coal-fired units with four gas turbines, the High Court has ruled
10 of the biggest stories from this week: Natural England overhauls planning, licensing and monitoring activity; Conservation concerns raised over ‘reckless’ plans for UK’s largest solar park; Regulator accused of ‘wholesale beaver slaughter’
A conservationist has spoken out against plans to create the UK’s biggest commercial solar farm and has launched a petition to prevent it from being developed
Energy firm SGN is preparing a bid for government funding to build a 'zero-carbon hydrogen network' to heat up to 300 homes in Fife that would provide evidence for the UK’s long-term strategy to decarbonise domestic heating
The government is facing the prospect of legal action against energy planning policies described as incompatible with its climate change goals after failing to respond to demands for a review
An expanded district heat scheme deriving warmth from an unlikely source is helping more than a thousand homes cut their energy bills in north London
Shell has set out a high-level plan for reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, hot on the heels of BP’s pledge to go net zero, but green groups remain unconvinced. ENDS take a look at the big firms making big promises
New homes built to the proposed Future Homes Standard should reduce carbon emissions by 75-80% compared with those built to current requirements. So why do some built environment professionals think the proposals are a step in the wrong direction?
Former special adviser Sam Hall heads a network of Conservative backbenchers committed to environmental action, which could wield significant influence over the development of green laws in this parliament. But can he find consensus?
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