The number of applications for the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive have shown further growth according to the latest statistics announced by Ofgem.
Recent statistics released by the Department of Energy & Climate Change have shown a further increase in the number of Renewable Technologies installed utilising Green Deal Finance.
Greg Barker has praised solar’s rapid cost reduction over his time as minister but has warned that government will continue to ‘squeeze subsidy’ in an attempt to drive costs down further.
Heineken has become the first major brewer in the UK to implement a large scale Solar PV installation on the roof of one of its flagship production sites in North Yorkshire.
Long-awaited improvements to the world’s first Renewable Heat Incentive for non-domestic properties (RHI) have come into force.
A huge offshore Wind Turbine farm which is expected to pump more than £500 million worth of investment into the UK economy has been given the green light by the Government.
Britain's biggest ever public inquiry into Wind Farms has come to an end after a planning inspector completes his closing statement. A hotel in Welshpool has hosted the arguments for and against wind energy since the 4th of June last 2013. An alliance of about 20 organisations oppose plans by six energy developers for northern Powys.
Use of Coal for power generation and other purposes grew by 3% in 2013 - faster than any other fossil fuel. Coal has reached its highest market share of global energy consumption for more than 40 years, figures reveal, despite fears that its high carbon emissions make it a prime cause of climate change.
Initial uptake figures for the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive show steady growth. In the first 21 days of the RHI, 1,080 applications were filed, taking place between the 9th and 30th of April.