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...
Healthy Air Coalition writes to Chancellor Philip Hammond, arguing higher VED for diesels could pay for scrappage scheme
Greg Clark green-lights £500m development scheme to replace existing facility at Edmonton EcoPark
New research warns low-carbon transition poses risk to banks holding $400bn of shipping debt
Carbon War Room's James Mitchell warns too many shipping operators are sailing blindly into a perfect storm of climate risks and emissions regulations