Report suggests Energy Secretary will float new incentive model during debate this afternoon in attempt to defuse row over solar feed-in tariff cuts
Energy Secretary Chris Huhne is reportedly set to float the idea of a German-style capacity driven feed-in tariff as he attempts to respond to fierce criticism over proposed cuts to solar incentives. ...
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Cities join Building Efficiency Accelerator initiative in bid to double rate of energy efficiency by 2030
New facility could almost double the world's production of lithium ion batteries and reduce Tesla's battery costs by more than a third by 2018
BREAKING: Chancellor Philip Hammond gives green light for £344m expansion project that will expand the airport’s terminal and add a new lane for aircraft taxiing