Ministers set out encouraging reforms to feed-in tariff scheme, but support for solar could still be cut by 35 per cent from July
The government has today announced wide ranging plans to reform the popular feed-in tariff incentives scheme, promising to deliver 22GW of solar capacity by 2020. But ministers have also risked further...
Outgoing UN climate chief argues there is no need to change the UK and the EU's leading role in tackling climate change
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Former Climate Change Minister says government should rethink privatisation of Green Investment Bank in the wake of Brexit vote
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