BEIS presses ahead with plans to give energy intensive industries an exemption from cost of clean energy policies, despite it costing the average household around £2.30 a year in higher bills
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
Industry analysis shows sector would receive just £2m a year in support through to 2018 if government proposals are approved
BREAKING: Consultation proposes steep cuts to feed-in tariff payments and refuses to rule out closure of key part of popular scheme
Just two per cent of the UK's clean energy budget could deliver a subsidy-free solar industry, argues the Solar Trade Association's Leonie Greene, so why is the industry copping the blame for current overspends?