Solar cuts programme stalls as upper house votes to send controversial proposals to arbitration committee
Controversial proposals to slash feed-in tariff incentives in the world's largest solar market received a blow late last week, when the German parliament's upper house voted to the send the government's...
Green corporate leaders were in London this week for the annual Business and Climate Summit, and for all the turmoil in the UK economy they were in good spirits
As the turmoil in Westminster goes from bad to worse, Amber Rudd has given the green economy and the fight against climate change the boost it needed
BusinessGreen rounds up the latest data dump from DECC, covering greenhouse gas emissions, renewables generation and smart meter installs
Annual update confirms UK emissions have fallen 4.5 per cent a year over the past three years, but urgent new measures now required to deliver on fifth carbon budget