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25 Jan 2012
The Government has failed to overturn a High Court decision that its plan to halve subsidies on solar projects completed by December 2011 was unlawful.
Energy regulator Ofgem has set aside up to £7.6 billion for infrastructure investment which will enable two Scottish companies to significantly upgrade transmission networks and connect new renewable projects to the National Grid.
24 Jan 2012
Alleged incentives available to nuclear power plants breach European Commission rules on state subsidies, a coalition of environmental campaign groups and MPs has said.
20 Jan 2012
The European Commission is seeking views on its green public procurement (GPP) policy, as part of its wider plans to introduce mandatory standards on more sustainable consumption and production.
If the Government loses its appeal against its proposal to reduce further solar incentives from December 2011 then it will apply the reduction from 3 March 2012, it has said.
17 Jan 2012
Most small UK building firms do not expect to see an increase to their workload in the first three months of this year, a trade body has said.
Redeveloping existing rail networks and expanding their capacity would deliver a proportionately better return on investment than creating a new high-speed rail line, according to a Government-commissioned report.
13 Jan 2012
Vietnam's state-run main energy company is set to borrow over $3 billion to fund up to 60 infrastructure projects over the next year, according to press reports.
12 Jan 2012
OPINION: Libya has gone through dramatic recent political and social changes, and economic change cannot be far behind. For companies already doing business there it is an unsettling time, but they should be careful about how they go about protecting...
11 Jan 2012
Proposed changes to the Private Finance Initiative (PFI) do not fully address concerns that it is being used as a way of keeping the cost of major infrastructure projects off the Government's balance sheet, an influential committee of MPs has said.