U.K. Told to Scrutinize How Biomass Is Used by Power Industry
Any reduction in emissions from the likes of electric vehicles will be offset by the increased use of power plants to charge them.
Coal Demand Bounced Back in 2017 After Two Years of Decline: IEA
U.K. lawmakers have written to online retailers to seek evidence about the environmental impacts of selling cheap clothes.
The Myth of Donald Trump’s ‘Beautiful Clean Coal’
Cheaper EV Charging Seen Under U.K.'s First Half-Hourly Tariff
Energy Consumers Growing Lax About Reducing Their Use, IEA Says
U.K. Lawmakers Call for Ban on Traditional Cars in 14 Years
HSBC Pledges $329 Million Investment in British Green Energy
British Government to Ask for Roadmap to Net Zero Emissions
Next U.K. Fracker Shrugs Off Shutdown Risk Seeing Need for Gas
Ominous UN Climate Report Could Be Good News for One Industry
The capacity expansion will be driven by a boom in solar installations and more accommodating government policy.
Oil’s march toward $100 a barrel is coming at just the right the time for some auto makers.
China's Funding for Coal Draws Scrutiny as Climate Concern Grows
Scientists Weigh Call for Much Deeper Cuts to Coal Pollution
Gas Frackers Seek More Support From U.K. as Drilling Date Nears
Standard Chartered to Stop Financing New Coal-Fired Power Plants
Why Higher Pollution Costs Haven't Dented Coal Demand in Europe
Ex-UBS Trader Wins Last-Minute Bid to Delay Deportation
Europe Will Make Up a Quarter of Global Wind Power in Five Years