Falling returns for solar PV under the feed-in tariff offers solar thermal a fighting chance, says Solar Trade Association, but only if Ministers retain some support for technology
Latest DECC Public Attitudes Survey shows opposition to fracking has risen again while support for renewables remains high
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
Energy Minister's speech to the 8th Nuclear New Build Forum - in full
Damning report says scheme failed to deliver value for money and saved less carbon emissions than previous insulation initiatives
Government reveals plan to exempt heavy industry from renewables costs, as industry body rejects claims climate policy primary driver behind steel crisis
Latest government data suggests bleak year for UK solar industry following changes to feed-in tariff subsidies and closure of solar farm Renewable Obligation
Total carbon emissions dip below 500 million tonnes for first time thanks to declining coal use
UK prepares to lose 8GW of generating capacity by end of the month as coal plants shut down, prompting experts to bemoan a 'lack of long-term strategy' and tight margins ahead
Analysis of national infrastructure pipeline reveals private sector is pulling out of high-carbon investments, but policy uncertainty is deterring investors from switching to low-carbon projects
Leading solar developer writes to Amber Rudd to clarify that the company will only be building projects without subsidy this year where there is a 'private wire connection'
Number of UK households being helped by government to improve their energy use fell 75 per cent since 2012, according to research
Information commissioner, under pressure from FOI requests, agrees to oral hearing on documents on the nuclear power plant project
DECC officially starts phase one of £250m competition, urging prospective developers to get in touch
BusinessGreen brings you all the need-to-know information on today's green Budget announcements from George Osborne
Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom says net zero Paris goal will be written into UK law following advice from the Committee on Climate Change in the autumn
Landmark report calls on government to carry out impact assessments before handing out any clean energy contracts outside of auction process, but what would the proposed reforms mean for UK renewables?
ECIU's Richard Black argues the fate of Hinkley Point could now rest on Chinese largesse
Operators need to deliver more grid capacity for renewables, says government regulator
"It's fairly obvious investors look to politicians for a clear and stable policy framework... It's so obvious that one wonders why a select committee has to point this out to the Treasury"
Investor confidence has been dented by waves of sudden policy changes which could prove a 'false economy' as the government seeks the lowest-cost route to decarbonisation, influential committee warns
New DECC-backed analysis from Carbon Trust suggests energy storage could save the UK households £50 a year by 2030 – if the market conditions are right
Imagine if the government had flipped things round and confirmed its carbon targets for the late 2020s before then reforming the capacity market and clean energy subsidies
Government reveals plan to bring forward cleaner capacity market, but will it deliver on decarbonisation goals?
Consultation on reforms to controversial capacity market proposes early auction in January 2017, alongside plans to crackdown on diesel generation and beef up demand side response sector