ADBA analysis shows a failure to carry through unused capacity from one quarter to another will result in 2.4MW of the 20MW of subsidy allocated to the anaerobic digestion sector being lost
The amount of Feed-in Tariff (FiT) subsidy available for new anaerobic digestion (AD) plants could be more heavily restricted than previously thought, the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association...
Macron beefs up green push with Schwarzenegger alliance and halt to oil and gas exploration licenses
The new French government is to halt licenses for new oil and gas projects, as President Macron aims another dig at President Trump's inaction on climate change
Mayor of London wants urgent meeting with new environment secretary to press for action on toxic air quality
Susanne Baker of techUK argues TV energy efficiency has improved drastically, but regulations now need to keep up
Energy Barometer report warns Brexit and political risk is 'material concern' for UK energy sector