CCC: UK homes are ‘largely unprepared for climate change’

The Committee on Climate Change warns the nation’s legally-binding climate targets will not be met without the reduction of emissions from buildings

Home energy startup Igloo secures cool £600k

The supplier raised the money through a crowdfunding campaign

Shipping radioactive nuclear waste in no deal Brexit scenario

The new rules largely replicate the current regulatory procedures that exist between the European Atomic Energy Community and third countries

Bristol Energy wins contract to provide all of council’s power

The supplier lost out on the contract nearly a year ago to a Big Six company

Glencore pledges to cap global coal production

It has vowed to align the business with the Paris climate targets following pressure from investors

EU gets heavy-duty on emissions from trucks

New trucks are to emit 15% less CO2 on average between 2025 and 2029 compared to 2019 emission levels

Europe largest region for renewables M&A last year

The region also contributed the most to global power and utilities deals last year

National Infrastructure Commission seeks views on improving utility regulation

The deadline for responses is 12th April 2019

Could ‘phantom volcanoes’ hold more oil and gas in the North Sea?

The Rattray Volcanic Province was assumed to contain the remains of three volcanoes

Honda to close Swindon plant amid drive for electrification

The move to end production in 2021 will lead to around 3,500 job losses