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,...
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There's a schism between what shareholders are requesting and what's prioritized in the boardroom
Dr Rose Chard of the Energy Systems Catapult explores how to tackle the twin challenge of fuel poverty and heat system decarbonisation