The former Energy and Climate Change Secretary opens up about the benefits of regulation, his hopes for a solar-powered future, and his rows with George Osborne
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Storage secures 3.2GW of capacity market contracts, in latest auction which also extended major subsidies for gas plants
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Felix Preston of Chatham House considers who will champion the Paris Agreement if US goes into reverse on climate change