BREAKING: Government to end key element of popular subsidy scheme, but could reintroduce it next year depending on wider review
The government has confirmed plans to scrap a key element of the feed-in tariff from next month, as part of a major policy overhaul that aims to curb renewable energy subsidy spending. The Department...
But the Prime Minster's latest proposals appear to contain no strengthening of her offer on post-Brexit environmental protections
UK buoyed by Offshore Wind Sector deal, but lack of clarity over onshore wind and nuclear suggests bleak outlook for renewables investment, analysts warn
2.3MW Lancashire site is now providing power to glass manufacturer NSG Group
Family illness means Universities Minister Chris Skidmore will temporarily take over climate brief