Birmingham leads the way in rare earth magnet recycling

Birmingham is set to become the UK’s first hub for rare earth magnet recycling

Hydrogen flights from Birmingham to Ibiza?

Birmingham Airport has teamed up with ZeroAvia to push forward zero-emission flights this decade

Business Secretary: “If people want to call me Tory scum, I don’t mind”

Jacob Rees-Mogg has highlighted the need to be “intelligent net zero” amid protests against the government’s energy and cost of living policy

Scepticism emerges for energy bill freeze

Thousands of people could still face fuel poverty even after the implementation of a freeze on energy bills, according to a report

Birmingham to set up ‘warm banks’ amid energy crisis

The local authority has urged Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak to take immediate action and protect low income people

Gas mains and pipes did not cause the Birmingham house explosion, says Cadent

There will be an excavation of the house to allow emergency services to continue their investigation into the causes of the incident

What caused the fatal gas blast at home in Birmingham?

A woman has died and a man has life-threatening injuries following the incident

New report reveals UK streets where nearly everyone lives in fuel poverty

Areas in Birmingham, Dudley, Stoke and Sandwell could see fuel poverty levels soar to more than 80% of homes, according to a new report

Birmingham schools still have active contracts with Gazprom

Five council-run schools had reportedly sourced gas from Gazprom at a total value of £51,000

Solihull brothers fined £400k after e-waste fraud worth £1.48m

An investigation found one of the brothers submitted fictitious claims for the recycling of around 10,600 tonnes of e-waste, with his company receiving payment to the value of £1.48m from a producer compliance scheme