Feed in Tariff puts breaks on Marks and Spencer solar

The highly controversial review to the Feed in Tariff scheme has prevented Marks & Spencer from building a massive solar array on a 1.1 million square foot distribution centre. Speaking at an M&S event Richard Gillies, Director of Plan A, CSR and sustainability, said: “We went through all the work [for the solar array] only […]

UK’s first combined solar and wind park launches

Green energy supplier, Ecotricity, have completed the construction of the UK’s first major solar park which is the first project in the UK to capture the power of both the sun and the wind in one location. The 1MW solar park will generate enough electricity for 300 homes for the next 25 years. The PV […]

Rosneft chairman sees danger in selling assets

Rosneft’s new chairman Alexander Nekipelov has warned his government to take a cautious approach over selling important oil assets. According to the privatisation plan for Rosneft, which pumps nearly a quarter of the country’s oil, the state is aiming to lower its stake from 75.16% to 51%. Mr Nekipelov told Reuters: “To make this decision […]