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?
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has today called on the government to change the process for awarding clean energy subsidy contracts, as part of its long-awaited investigation into competition...
Green steel 'stimulus for the north’ could revitalise the industry and establish UK as a global leader in green steel technologies, according to IPPR North
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Compromise means informal talks will take place virtually next month as UK battles to ensure Glasgow summit itself takes place in person
A further 1GW of subsidy-free solar could also be added this year as decarbonisation of buildings and energy gathers pace, Solar Energy UK claims