Philip Wolfe, one of the leaders of the feed-in tariffs campaign and the author of the first blueprint on their design, looks back at the history of the scheme and assesses the extent to which it has been a success
The introduction in 2010 of feed-in tariffs for green electricity revolutionised the renewable energy sector in the UK. There is now more than 200 times as much solar capacity as there was then - up from...
The government has gambled on the clean energy industry's ability to deliver deep emissions reductions with no extra support - it remains to be seen if the bet pays off
Chancellor declares there is no point building an 'economy fit for the future, unless we ensure our planet has a future', but experts fear Budget could lead to renewables investment hiatus
BusinessGreen rounds up reaction from green businesses, NGOs and politicians following the Budget announcement today
It is shaping up to be a pretty green budget, but will Philip Hammond deliver on its promise?