Environment Agency hydro boss predicts feed-in tariffs will remain the same despite next year's consultation
Government plans to slash incentives for solar power could prompt more communities to turn to hydropower as a way of supplying green energy and earning money from feed-in tariffs. That is the prediction...
Leading analyst joins banking giant, as it continues to beef up climate change research capabilities
SDCL Energy Efficiency Income Trust plc listed on London Stock Exchange following successful fund-raise for pipeline of energy efficiency projects
Labour's Barry Gardiner has accused the Energy and Clean Growth Minister of misleading Parliament over shale gas industry meeting that she 'dropped in on'
Sam Pentony argues the government's upcoming Resource and Waste Strategy has to start at the top of waste hierarchy and make room for remanufacturing