Subsidy rates fall less than expected while new, higher banding for building-mounted systems is introduced
The government has today announced it will reduce subsidies for large solar installations by less than it originally planned, arguing that its new support package will unlock a wave of investment in large...
Emissions rise by 0.7 per cent in 2015, with highest emissions gains recorded in Portugal and Slovakia
Fresh focus on emerging markets drags renewables business from €46.6m loss in 2014 to €96m profit in the full year to the end of 2015
Former Labour leader joins environment secretary Liz Truss and Green MP Caroline Lucas in supporting remain campaign
Annual Global Climate 500 Index shows gap is widening between asset owners taking steps to combat climate risks and those who are failing to act