The Government has announced proposals which could see Display Energy Certificates (DECs) for 54,000 public buildings in England and Wales abolished.
The wind industry has dismissed accusations that turbine operators helped themselves to £175m of public money through a loophole in the Government's Feed-in Tariff (FiT) subsidy.
Network Rail could save £30m on electricity costs by installing solar panels on unused trackside land, as well as cutting nearly 900 tonnes of CO2 emissions every year, according to a new report.
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EXCLUSIVE: Sustainability is still seen as something that's "nice to have rather than essential" for big businesses - an assumption which is stifling the UK's transition to a green economy.
London's proposed Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) should be introduced earlier than the current 2020 timeframe and needs to be widened to cover more boroughs in order for the capital to comply with legal limits on greenhouse gas emissions.
The Government should expand its popular Green Deal support scheme to include water efficiency, according to a new report from environmental think-tank Green Alliance.
"The time for change is now," proclaimed Apple CEO Tim Cook as he announced the tech giant is committing $848m to clean energy in the form of a 280MW solar farm in California.
The demands of maintaining a clean, safe water supply and
sewerage system have led to household bills rising at above
inflation levels for a number of years.
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