Industry welcomes potential delay as giving solar time to 'get back on its feet' after installation numbers collapse
Ed Davey has today hinted the government may put back the planned July cut to subsidies for solar power, in a move that drew a mixed reaction from the industry. The Energy and Climate Change Secretary...
Theresa May calls on EU to agree to transition period under 'existing structure of EU rules and regulations'
Mayor Andy Burnham kicks off congestion consultation with launch of the UK's first electric bus to be recharged using a pantograph
Engineering giant predicts 'sustained growth' from its Clean Air division, as it announces plan to expand investment in battery technologies
In her long-awaited Florence speech May is expected to outline proposals for a two-year transition framework for Brexit, effectively keeping Britain subject to EU environmental law until at least 2021