Fossil fuel lobbyists push to dilute EU anti-greenwash plan

Fossil fuel lobbyists are trying to water down planned EU rules to stop “investment greenwashing’ by setting science-based criteria for any investment which...

Saudi Arabia aims to buoy oil price before Aramco stock market debut

Saudi Arabia is planning to use its position at the head of the Opec oil cartel to buoy global oil prices before the...

Npower to cut up to 4,500 UK jobs in restructuring

UK energy provider Npower is to cut up to 4,500 jobs as part of a significant shake-up that will include the closure of...

UK should contribute £20bn to UN climate fund by 2030, report says

The UK contribution to the UN’s climate fund should balloon to £20bn by 2030 if it plans to pay a “fair share” to...

Corbyn nationalisation plans for energy sector to collide with EU law

The Labour party’s plans to take large parts of the energy industry back under public control is on a collision course with EU...

Rival ride-hailing firms can steer TfL's standards – why not Uber?

The sense of corporate self-entitlement at Uber is astonishing. The US ride-hailing service thinks it is “extraordinary and wrong” that it has lost...

Global use of coal-fired electricity set for biggest fall this year

The world’s use of coal-fired electricity is on track for its biggest annual fall on record this year after more than four decades...

Scottish Power plans major expansion of onshore windfarms

ScottishPower has begun plans for a major expansion of onshore windfarm projects across Scotland in anticipation of a government U-turn on support for...