Climate Energy joins Mark Group in administration as green energy policy cutbacks start to bite

Jessica Shankleman
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UPDATED: Two leading Green Deal and renewable energy installers call in administrators within hours of each other, leading to more than 1,000 job losses

Climate Energy has become the second UK-based Green Deal and renewable energy provider to enter administration in the past 24 hours, partially blaming the government's decision to roll back support for...

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