Changing policies is fine if it improves the status quo, but scrapping schemes without a back-up plan is the wrong move and will only increase costs in the long-term, argues Jimmy Aldridge.
The Green Deal was a flop. It had underperformed on its original targets and been an embarrassment for the coalition government who introduced it as a flagship scheme. But by stopping it in its tracks...
Ministers meeting on climate change, oceans and clean energy kicks off with joint UK-Canada commitment to smart grids and energy storage
National Drought Action Group warns water supplies in north of England remain low after scant rainfall this summer proved 'tough on farmers'
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Currently being piloted, Network Vision is aimed at saving generators £1m in maintenance costs while also cutting CO2