Falling returns for solar PV under the feed-in tariff offers solar thermal a fighting chance, says Solar Trade Association, but only if Ministers retain some support for technology
The recent cuts to solar Feed-in Tariff (FiT) incentives may spell good news for solar thermal installers - but only if the industry can convince the government to keep supporting the technology under...
Research institute plans to harness Iceland's abundant supply of geothermal and hydroelectric power to cut carbon footprint and energy costs of its data centres
Motorists driving most polluting cars will face extra £10 'toxicity charge', giving London the toughest emission standard of any world city
The shoemaker plans to launch a range of footwear made from recycled plastic later this year
Separate reports confirm major milestones passed by solar and wind industries