Feed-in Tariff scheme will officially close on March 31, government confirms, leaving new solar PV owners exporting green power to the grid for free
The government has today confirmed controversial plans to axe the export tariff for solar power, which guarantees owners of PV panels money for excess energy they produce. Campaigners have for months...
A target for all new homes to be built without fossil fuel heating was initially announced, then de-announced, for 2023 - but how realistic is that target date, ponders ECIU's Jess Ralston
European Ombudsman calls on EU to update its conflict of interest guidelines for procurement contracts following its decision to hire a business division of world's leading fossil fuel financier to develop ESG banking regulation study
Department for Transport announces second round of winners from the 'ideas fund' for its Restoring Your Railway Fund, geared at resuscitating mothballed railway lines and stations
Landmark report from EU aviation regulator into non-CO2 emissions produced by jet engines sets out new financial, fuel, and air traffic measures that would target the full gamut of aviation emissions