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...
Energy Technologies Institute argues small modular reactors capable of delivering clean power and heat could be in place by 2030 if the right policy framework is put in place
GlobalData analysis argues biopower capacity is set to skyrocket from its current 106GW over the next 10 years
The Institution of Engineering and Technology confirmed as venue for this year's awards ceremony
Matthew Farrow reflects on a recent visit by Chinese environmental businesses to the UK, and asks what the May government can learn from China's approach to tackling serious environmental challenges