Brexit: Has your business signed up to limit F-gases?

F-gases can be found in refrigeration, air conditioning and aerosols and are powerful greenhouse gases that trap heat in the atmosphere and contribute to global warming

Energy after Brexit – will energy security be affected?

Predictions of gloom and doom in the event of a no deal Brexit are not hard to find at the moment. So should energy consumers be concerned?

Zac Goldsmith promoted to Defra minister

The announcement is part of Boris Johnson’s mini reshuffle to his ministerial team following Brexit-induced resignations

Jo Johnson steps down as BEIS minister

The MP for Orpington was reappointed as Universities Minister over the summer as part of his brother Boris Johnson’s cabinet reshuffle

Brexit: Businesses ‘excited’ about renewables, clean growth and EV opportunities

ScottishPower, INEOS and General Electric were among the companies that met with Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom for her first roundtable on the UK leaving the EU

‘Brexit will allow a renewed focus on sustainability and biodiversity’

That’s according to the new Environment Secretary, Theresa Villiers, who made her first official speech yesterday

Climate change more important than Brexit, say majority of Brits

Around 61% of people believe the government isn’t doing enough to prioritise climate change

Electric vehicle models in Europe to triple by 2021

Car manufacturers in the EU are expected to offer 214 electric models over the next three years

ELEXON implements 12 changes to Balancing and Settlement Code

This includes six modifications to BSC rules and six Change Proposals, which amend BSC subsidiary documents

Carbon dioxide emissions
Views sought on future of UK carbon pricing post-Brexit

A joint consultation has been launched by the UK Government and the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland