Philip Wolfe, one of the leaders of the feed-in tariffs campaign and the author of the first blueprint on their design, looks back at the history of the scheme and assesses the extent to which it has been a success
The introduction in 2010 of feed-in tariffs for green electricity revolutionised the renewable energy sector in the UK. There is now more than 200 times as much solar capacity as there was then - up from...
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Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change analysis suggests most UK sectors face stiff global competition for low carbon goods and services
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BEIS department is looking for a contractor to manage the delivery of a major new project investigating the use of hydrogen gas as a source of clean heat