UK cuts subsidies for onshore and solar, but hikes offshore
The UK government has reduced planned subsidies for onshore wind and solar energy, although these will be partly offset by an increase for offshore wind.
Carbon Tracker appoints senior lawyer as first CEO
Anthony Hobley, global head of sustainability and climate change at law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, is to become the first CEO of the Carbon Tracker Initiative.
A licence to list?
There has been a welcome increase in the number of renewables firms launching IPOs in 2013. But is this promising spate of activity a sign that investor confidence in the sector is finally growing, or will it prove a false dawn, asks Peter Cripps
Turning trash into cash
Investment in waste-to-energy projects has been stifled by perceived risks. But there are signs that the maturing sector is starting to become increasingly attractive. Elza Holmstedt Pell reports