The government's green heat tariff has been described as not-fit-for-purpose by the Public Accounts Committee, while its mishandling of the 2017 low-carbon electricity tariff led to offshore wind developers claiming greater rewards
Labour would fund local authorities to deliver “street by street” home insulation with aim of bringing four million homes up to Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) C rating by the end of a parliamentary term
With a target to install energy efficiency measures in one million homes by 2020, the UK so far has installed 677,000, but installation rates have been slowing
A blueprint of how to distribute £320m through grants and loans to develop heat networks in England and Wales has been revealed by government
The government has published six proposals to outline how its aviation strategy will shape the aviation sector up to 2050 and beyond
Data centres’ environmental impacts are significant and growing, but fears are increasing that the UK’s position as a leader in the sector is under threat due to the cost of complying with energy policy measures. Gareth Simkins investigates
With government’s decarbonisation drive high on ambition but low on funds, new investment models are needed to ensure the UK can meet its low-carbon commitments beyond 2020
Scotland’s ambitious climate and energy plans up to the 2030s are set to create huge structural change and opportunities. But Paul Hatchwell finds economy-wide implementation is proving very challenging
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