Industry welcomes potential delay as giving solar time to 'get back on its feet' after installation numbers collapse
Ed Davey has today hinted the government may put back the planned July cut to subsidies for solar power, in a move that drew a mixed reaction from the industry. The Energy and Climate Change Secretary...
Major report from competition authority says decision to awards several projects outside the competitive CfD process in 2014 is likely to have resulted in higher energy bills
UK's vote to leave the European Union sends shockwaves through carbon markets and prompts fears of EU ETS exit
Danish offshore wind giant announces decision to build Borkum Riffgrund 2, which will feature largest wind turbines in German waters
Busy day in Brussels as MEPs call for 40 per cent energy efficiency target and 30 per cent renewables target for 2030