Brussels unlikely to take action, despite probe reportedly concluding that Chinese companies breached WTO rules
The EU has reportedly warned Beijing it has evidence Chinese solar companies are receiving illegal subsidies, but it is unlikely to take immediate action for fear of reigniting the recent trade spat with...
Macron's victory exposes the growing divide between French and UK energy policy, says Good Energy's Juliet Davenport
BusinessGreen's Michael Holder explains why a sustainable and climate-resilient supply chain cannot survive long-term unless communities on the ground reap some of the benefits
Solar generation soars to 8.7GW on the back of scorching weather across the country - breaking previous generation record of 8.48GW set earlier this month
Hot weather heading into the bank holiday prompts National Grid to forecast solar generation "in excess of 8GW" - putting Britain on track to beat 8.48GW generation record set in May