The CLA today (12 May) said the Government must take action to reduce the risk of investment for large-scale solar and anaerobic digestion projects following the findings of the emergency review of the Feed-in Tariff (FIT).
The CLA today (22 December) called on the Government to end the uncertainty facing the renewable energy sector after a High Court decision ruled that changes to the Feed-in Tariff for solar power were "legally flawed".
The alternative holiday accommodation such as Shepherd huts, Gypsy caravan's, Tipi and Yurts are all incredibly popular across Britain these days and are bec
The CLA has scored a victory for landowners investing in small-scale renewables projects.
The CLA today (9 February) welcomed proposals to allow investors in renewable energy projects to fix the level of support from the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) earlier in the development process.
The CLA today (21 March) said it was extremely disappointed the Government's emergency review of the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) for solar photovoltaics (PV) has proposed a reduction in the financial support for installations of more than 50 kilowatts (kW).
The CLA today (25 January) said the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) must end the uncertainty in the renewables industry rather than continuing to appeal against the High Court's ruling that its plans to cut solar FIT payments on projects completed after 12 December 2011 were unlawful.
The CLA has said early adopters of solar PV in southern and south west England and Wales have been penalised by the Government after a failure to include transition arrangements for larger scale solar projects laid in Parliament yesterday (9 June).
CLA Renewable Energy Adviser Tom Beeley attended a Fracking Summit hosted by law firm Pinsent Mason in London. The seminar provided an opportunity to hear from some of the industry’s leading figures including the Chairman of the UK Onshore Operating Group and the Head of the newly created Office for Unconventional Oil and Gas.
Having lobbied for non-residential property owners to be able to install micro-generation renewable energy schemes without planning permission, CLA Wales cau
Regulations to allow a range of new permitted development rights for the change of use of different types of buildings to other uses came into force on 30 May.