MPs, Solar Trade Association and National Farmers Union urge government to maintain "fair" export tariff payments for small-scale solar
Leading renewable energy developers write to Business Secretary to call for rethink on clean energy contract auctions
As the CCC calls on the government to strengthen efforts to tackle vehicle emissions, the government announces it is to slash electric vehicle grants by £1,000
Courts continue to challenge the Trump administration's attempts to dilute environmental rules, but that is not stopping the President raving once again against renewable energy
Theresa May reiterates plans to replace CAP with new farming subsidy system that rewards environmental protection work
Labour's Alan Whitehead argues the government's consultation on the Feed-in Tariff scheme and support for solar proves it: there is one rule for renewables and another for non-renewables
Wind alone generates nearly a fifth of UK power during the first quarter, as renewables share of the power mix continues to climb on both sides of the Atlantic
New report warns high renewables output and plummeting prices could mean future subsidy-free projects struggle to attract investment - but are the concerns valid?