Following a request from the Scottish government, new rules have been published which aim to enhance access to justice by preventing court actions relating to the environment being “prohibitively expensive” to members of the public.
Ofgem said it is consulting on reforms to the £9 billion-a-year charges for the UK’s energy network to ensure the costs are ‘shared fairly’.
Spark Energy has become the seventh energy company to cease trading this year, leaving 290,000 customers without a provider.
EDF Energy is to target the UK’s solar households with a discounted offer of battery units from Powervault in exchange for them signing up to a ten year contract allowing the supplier to use the storage capacity in the energy services market.
A group of 40 academics from Heriot-Watt University say arguments on a reduction or ban of plastics are ‘often shortsighted and not based on facts’.
Government proposals to “place the environment at the heart of new development” have been unveiled by Defra secretary of state Michael Gove.
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