Ruling guarantees higher feed-in tariff rate for companies installing panels between December and March
The Supreme Court has today thrown out the government's appeal against a previous ruling that deemed its controversial changes to solar feed-in tariff (FIT) incentives as unlawful. The decision brings...
Government countryside assessment paints a ‘grim picture’ with key species such as hedgehogs, dormice, birds and butterflies all continuing to decrease in number
Falling costs of renewables and batteries will boost EV market over next 20 years and have huge impact on wider global economy, BNEF paper argues
For the first time batteries will play a key role in helping to balance energy supply and demand on the UK grid
Forget your MakerBot. The Department of Energy has a plan for a new production paradigm