Bump in the road for low emission cars as sales drop

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders says efforts to sell green cars have been undermined by ‘confusing policies’ and the ‘premature’ removal of incentives

Wind energy
Subsidy cuts see energy investors shift focus away from renewables

A new report from SmartestEnergy suggests battery storage technology and gas peaking plants are being increasingly invested in

Lord Deben
Lord Deben hit by conflict of interest claims

A newspaper investigation claims the peer’s private firm has received £600,000 from green businesses

Ofgem whistleblower: ‘Millions of pounds of public money is being misspent’

Edd Fyfe, a former Counter-Fraud Officer at Ofgem E-Serve, claimed green energy schemes have been ‘seriously abused’

South Australia fires up $100m home battery scheme

Subsidies of up to $6,000 will be available to households across the region

Swansea seeks private partners to revive tidal lagoon project

The UK Government refused to back Tidal Lagoon Power’s project earlier this year

India to provide subsidies for all types of EVs

The country’s government plans to invest the equivalent of £600m over a five-year period

Green groups call for no gas subsidies at Drax

A total of 64 environmental organisations have said the government should not encourage the burning of gas at the plant

UK experts back subsidies for mini nuclear power plants

A government-commissioned review suggests small modular reactors could be delivered by 2030

Remote island wind projects able to compete in renewable auction

Wind farms with a capacity of 5MW and more will be able to take part in the upcoming Contracts for Difference auction