Do planned subsidy cuts ensure solar remains "a great investment" or confirm "Paris has changed nothing"?
The government today announced smaller than expected cuts to subsidies for small to mid scale solar, wind, and hydro projects, while retaining plans for a £100m cap on the feed-in tariff incentive scheme...
Partnership between Social Energy and UK Power networks to pioneer latest smart grid and energy storage project
The volume of waste produced in England has remained largely the same for the past five years, presenting fresh questions as to how government, businesses, and households can successfully curb waste levels
Simon Brett at the Port of Tyne argues the region is well placed to play a leading role in the UK's green recovery