MoneySuperMarket makes no money from its energy arm

The price comparison website said the recovery in its Money and Travel businesses offset the disruption felt by the crisis in the energy market

Global green finance increased 100x in last decade

It jumped from $5.2bn in 2012 to $540.6bn in 2021

‘Net zero can be achieved without damaging the economy’

A new study from UCL says that net zero should not signal doom and gloom for economic growth

‘Net zero potential lies with world’s 100 largest asset owners’

A new report claims these asset owners, with assets worth $23tn, hold the key to achieving net zero

India achieving net zero by 2070 will cost $10tn

Heavy climate finance and investment from developed countries will be critical if the nation is to decarbonise at the necessary rate, a new study finds

Ecotricity boosts offer to Good Energy shareholders by 18% in takeover attempt

Good Energy has labelled the bid ‘hostile’ and claims it is an ‘unfit owner with an unsuitable plan’

Budget 2021: ‘New infrastructure bank to drive at least £40bn of green investment’

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak said ‘a real commitment to green growth’ is needed to build a strong, fair and resilient future economy

More than 1m customers ‘overcharged’ by 18 energy suppliers

Failures to protect customers’ tariff prices after energy switching led to an accumulative £7.2 million extra cost

Banks ‘are silently and indiscriminately financing a toxic tide of plastic pollution’

Portfolio Earth claims financiers are ‘co-responsible’ for propping up the plastic packaging industry, one of the main contributors to harmful plastic waste

Shell UK reveals 18% average gender pay gap in 2020

The average pay and bonuses for BAME employees was 8.5% lower than non-BAME staff in 2020, according to the company’s annual report