• NEWTON STEWART dairy farmer, Ian Service, will open his doors to farmers and the renewables community for the third - and final - time next Thursday, November 12.

  • CUTS TO support for farm-scale green energy will hit UK farming while it is still reeling from the slump in food market returns and the shrinkage of European farm subsidies, industry bodies have warned.

  • WESTMINSTER'S cull of wind energy incentives will not properly begin til the start of 2016 - but farmers and landowners hoping to beat that deadline have now lost the ability to pre-accredit their installation at the current Feed in Tariff rate.

  • WORK IS set to commence on a second solar park project near Arbroath, Angus, within Robert Ramsay's Kinblethmont Estate.

  • WESTMINSTER'S PLAN to slash the Feed In Tariff paid on farmscale renewable energy will 'kneecap' the sector in Scotland and should be fiercely resisted.

  • THE LACK of discussion from the UK Government on support for renewable energy is likely to cause disruption to community energy projects.

  • SUBSIDIES FOR new renewable energy installations are set to be slashed under proposals just published by the UK Government.

  • ONE OF Northern Ireland's most successful engineering companies, Williams Industrial Services, is launching its bespoke turn-key 150KW-3MW Anaerobic Digestion Plants for mainland UK farms.

  • WITH THE Tory Party now carrying out its pre-election pledge to cut support for onshore renewable energy, the Scottish Government is urging Westminster to maintain and increase specific support for renewables on Scotland's islands.

  • THE LATEST government announcements in relation to green energy have the potential to undermine what remains of the fragile investor confidence in the UK renewables industry, according to Savills UK's head of renewable energy, Nick Green.