Solarcentury, Friends of the Earth, and the Cut Don't Kill campaign explore legality of feed-in tariff consultation
The government could face legal action from solar firms and green groups after announcing plans to hastily cut feed-in tariff subsidies for solar installations. Photovoltaic manufacturers, installers,...
Dutch engineers and oil giant Total unveil lightweight, two-seater electric car made without any plastic or metal which they claim is 100 per cent recyclable
Greener UK warns that there can be no 'Green Brexit' under a no deal Brexit scenario
Prime Minister tells Liaison Committee government will introduce the first Environment Bill since 1995, covering air quality and other post-Brexit 'opportunities'
From April 2019 large companies will need to report on energy use and carbon emissions in bid to simplify business reporting on climate