Ministers set out encouraging reforms to feed-in tariff scheme, but support for solar could still be cut by 35 per cent from July
The government has today announced wide ranging plans to reform the popular feed-in tariff incentives scheme, promising to deliver 22GW of solar capacity by 2020. But ministers have also risked further...
America's twin economic hubs have started a race to electrify their buildings - and so far the Big Apple is winning
Less than one per cent of clothing material today is refashioned to produce new clothing - but some top brands are exploring one potential solution.
But smart charging won't take off unless it works for the user, warns TechUK's Susanne Baker
Former We Mean Business CEO tasked with getting businesses, investors, organisations, and cities engaged with the COP26 summit happening in Glasgow in November