Businesses are worried a mini solar 'gold rush' and continued uncertainty in the market will damage the renewables sector in the long-term.
A Scottish brewery, dairy farm and ice cream manufacturer are all set to benefit from anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities that will provide heat and power for their operations.
Pioneering technology using microbubbles could solve the difficulties of harvesting algae for use as a biofuel, according to scientists.
Sustainability leaders from a range of UK brands gathered in London yesterday (January 24) to thrash-out solutions to sustainability challenges, arguing that collaboration between businesses has a crucial part to play in improving sustainability.
The National Trust has demonstrated its support for the UK solar power industry by commissioning renewable energy consultants Dulas to deliver its biggest solar panel installation yet.
UK businesses could save up to £110m by effectively using compressed air systems and processes, according to new guidance from the Carbon Trust.
New research claims falling solar output will not delay increases in global temperatures caused by greenhouse gases, according to the Met Office.
UPDATED: Energy secretary, Chris Huhne, says he will take FITs fight to the Supreme Court after losing appeal today (January 25).
The next stage in the fight over cuts to solar subsidies is due to take place today (January 25) at London's High Court.
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