Virgin Money has launched a new £200 million fund to help farmers decarbonise.
The Mayor of London’s Warmer Homes scheme is to see £51 million spent on the rollout of energy efficiency technologies to low income London households.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Aquila to discuss the drivers of C&I adoption, energy efficiency and the need for government backing following the company's recent IPO.
The Ministry of Justice is to develop thousands of solar panels across four new prisons being built in England.
Of the 100,000 new jobs to result from the Green Homes Grant, only 14,500 of these have been created to date.
The Chancellor has been sent a further letter urging him to fully rollover unspent Green Homes Grant funding into 2021/22.
The solar sector has welcomed the including of solar PV with the Green Home Grant’s local authority allocation.
Decarbonising housing is one of the “toughest challenges” for net zero, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has warned, and it is “vital” this challenge is not made harder.
Nationwide has today (10 February) announced it is to make £1 billion available for borrowers to reduce the carbon footprint of their homes.
Nottingham City Council has secured more than £5 million in funding to expand the rollout of its Energiesprong homes programme.
Campbell & Kennedy completes 500kW school solar installs in multi-million-pound academy trust scheme
Scottish installer Campbell & Kennedy (C&K) has completed the first tranche of a solar PV installation project across two academy trusts which forms part of a multi-million-pound energy saving scheme.
The UK renewables lobby has once again expressed its exasperation that clean energy failed to merit a mention within this year’s Budget, despite the government teasing an overhaul of tax benefits for on-site generators.
Nominations for the Solar Power Portal and Energy-Storage.News Awards 2018 are now open, and today we turn our attention to one of the most competitive categories in Product Innovation.
Barclays wants to stimulate corporate adoption of on-site renewables and energy efficiency through the launch of new green corporate banking products.
Forrest is to install rooftop solar and other efficiency technologies on a host of school buildings in Birmingham after the contractor won a tender under the city council’s RE:FIT framework.