Ministers are thought to be planning to offer £3m for initiatives such as solar panels on social housing
Nearly half of £6.1bn energy spending in developing countries from 2010-14 went on oil, coal and gas-fired schemes, data shows
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Guardian experts give their view on the main parties’ public service manifesto pledges. Here, our environment editor looks at energy, pollution and recycling
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New regulations open up an unexplored market for solar in heavily populated areas such as favelas, led by co-operatives, social startups and small businesses
Council approves shale gas tests in village of Kirby Misperton despite receiving 4,375 objections to the plans
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