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...
14 green start-ups pitched a raft of exciting clean tech ideas to a host of investors at yesterday's BusinessGreen Technology and Investment Forum
Latest government attitudes survey shows overwhelming support for clean energy - particularly solar and offshore wind - alongside rising concern over climate change
Subsidiary of DPD Group puts in order for 100 electric vans to cut emissions for urban deliveries
Research from Northern Gas Networks and ITM Power concludes large scale power-to-gas energy storage could integrate with current gas networks