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...
Government consultation proposes scrapping Feed-in Tariff (FiT) for sites larger than 500kWe
Graham Smith, CEO of Open Energy, speaks to BusinessGreen about how his company is helping to boost investment in US commercial solar installation in lieu of traditional bank lending
Award-winning US chefs visited Washington this week to urge politicians to tackle America’s $200bn food waste problem
Joint statement from G7 leaders in Japan recognises the “urgent need” for the aviation industry to adopt zero-carbon growth strategy by 2020