E-tricity and four unnamed firms join legal action seeking compensation from government over botched feed-in tariff cuts
The government could be facing a bill of up to £50m after a further five companies today joined a case seeking damages over ministers' controversial decision to cut solar subsidies before a consultation...
IEMA's Martin Baxter finds that delivering a Green Brexit is about a lot more than simply finalising an effective Withdrawal Bill
E3G's Simon Skillings argues Theresa May's new energy efficiency goal may be welcome, but like the rest of the government's Clean Growth Strategy it is guilty of side-lining consumers
Developer reveals proposals for 45 site network that promises to accelerate electric vehicle roll out and ease pressure on the grid
Energiekontor confirms it has reached financial close on Withernwick II extension project, after securing PPA with leading consumer goods brand