New study argues subsidy cuts will delay the contribution renewables can make to lower electricity prices, while promised nuclear subsidies could be more expensive than projected
The recent government cuts to subsidies for renewables mean the UK could miss out on falling wholesale electricity prices in the next five years, according to a new analysis. The findings come from...
Chancellor Rishi Sunak's new £3bn energy efficiency programme is a welcome boost to the green economy, but its ability to catalyse the transformation of the UK's building stock depends on what happens next
As UK energy professionals today add their voices to those calling for a green recovery, Dr Rob Gross attempts to decipher the white smoke emerging from the Treasury
Alliance of trade groups that employs 100,000 people said it was read to invest up to £1.5bn in the sector
Poll published by Energy Institute reveals that 70 per cent of energy professionals think the government should do more to me