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A green, competitive Europe doesn’t need them and shouldn’t have them

Community bid to bring power to the people

Lancashire residents have launched a campaign to create community-owned clean energy on the River Lune in Halton, near Lancaster.

On climate, we need a global carbon market with its own ‘federal reserve’

Immediate action is more than ever dependent on channeling the private sector

Offshore windfarms, like Scroby Sands in the North Sea, are more costly to set up but stay on full subsidy

George Osborne makes waves with cut to onshore windfarm subsidies

The Chancellor's intervention has provoked dismay within the renewables industry which warned energy prices would rise as a result

Japanese engineers plan to turn the moon into a giant solar panel station

Engineering firm plans to install a 6,800 mile 'solar belt' around the moon's equator

Plans for Atlantic Array wind turbines pulled by developer

Energy giant RWE has pulled the plug on plans to develop one of the largest offshore wind turbines

Solar projects placed along 'Pacific Flyway' major migration paths are burning wings of birds

Campaigners are calling for research into the number of bird deaths caused by green energy

Co-operative Energy has scaled back a planned price increase

Co-operative Energy reduces price rise ahead of expected green levies axe

Co-operative Energy has scaled back a planned price increase amid expectations that the Government will axe green levies from bills.

Business Secretary Vince Cable opposes David Cameron's energy tax review

Coalition parties split over energy companies’ green obligations

Cable warns against ‘short-sighted and foolish’ decisions

Plans for future wind farms in Britain could be in jeopardy

Exclusive: UN ruling puts future of UK wind farms in jeopardy

Tribunal warns that the Government acted illegally by denying public participation

Sir Bernard Ingham accused campaigners of hypocrisy

Anti-fracking protests ‘totalitarian’, says Sir Bernard Ingham

It was always unlikely that Sir Bernard Ingham, Margaret Thatcher’s press secretary, would express his unwavering support for the anti-fracking protesters at Balcombe in West Sussex.

Ed Davey: The Energy Secretary has been accused of being more concerned with 'ideology' than scientific evidence

Lib Dems face ‘guerrilla war’ with Tories over green power plan

Two parties at loggerheads over claims Ed Davey wants to block  wind farm report

Three win £2.8bn slice of smart grid work

Capita, Spain's Telefonica and the UK unit of CGI, formerly known as Logica, are among the winners after the Government announced the preferred suppliers for £2.8bn worth of contracts to set up and run Britain's new smart grid.

RWE npower drops despite its price hikes

Big Six energy provider RWE npower saw its profits drop by 6% in the first half, as price hikes in November failed to offset rising fees to use the power network and one-off regulatory costs.

Hard winter and higher charges fuel E.on profits

Lower demand and a fall in wholesale prices hit the group's profits in the rest of Europe

Richard Troue: Fund manager with a twinkle in his eye

Fidelity's Alex Wright looks for under-valued companies with unrecognised potential

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