The UK will have to adhere to the European Union’s environmental and climate change-related policy if it is to have any future agreement with the trading bloc, according to the first EU response to the triggering of article 50.
The National Health Service celebrated NHS Sustainability Day yesterday by announcing that its deployment of energy efficiency systems and on-site generators had helped it save more than £300 million in costs.
Nominations for the Solar Power Portal Awards 2017 are now open, and once again this year we will hand out one of the most prestigious awards of the evening, the outstanding achievement award.
Nothern Ireland’s Department for the Economy (DfE) is to launch an eight month examination of all installations under the botched Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), having launched a tender to procure inspection services.
Liam Stoker wonders whether the chancellor will embrace the green economy’s potential as a good news story when he delivers his budget later this week.
The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has disputed comments made by a Conservative MP last week that the government’s carbon plan would be published as late as June.
A House of Lords report calling for decarbonisation of the energy system to be relegated in favour of security of affordable supply has been slammed by green industry critics, who have called its conclusions ‘out of touch’ and ‘backward-looking’.
Nominations for the Solar Power Portal Awards 2017 are now open, and product innovation will once again return as a category.
Claimants of Northern Ireland’s non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) remain safe from being named publicly ahead of a hearing, a high court has ruled.
The Republic of Ireland is to launch its own Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), with minister for communications, climate action and environment Denis Naughten unveiling plans for a scheme with specific measures to avoid the mistakes made north of the border.
Gateshead Energy Company, owned by Gateshead Council, is to bolster its coffers by up to £1 million by entering into a demand response partnership with Flexitricity.
Measures to retrospectively reduce the tariffs paid to Renewable Heat (RHI) claimants in Northern Ireland have been passed after every party except the DUP abstained from voting on the amendment on Monday.
The economy minister at the centre of the DUP’s response to the ongoing RHI scandal in Northern Ireland has announced his intention to publish the names of businesses claiming from the scheme, despite questions of legality surrounding such action.
Greater corporate sourcing of renewables can be a significant driver for the transition towards a zero-emission economy, a new report issued by the RE100 initiative has claimed.
Tariffs under Northern Ireland’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) would be retrospectively altered to reduce payments to fall in line with the tiered system implemented in November 2015 under plans put forward by DUP economy minister Simon Hamilton.
Chelsea Football Club will be forced to pay for local decarbonisation efforts after its stadium redevelopment plans failed to include renewables capable of meeting tough London targets.