Tribunal warns that the Government acted illegally by denying public participation
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.
Two parties at loggerheads over claims Ed Davey wants to block wind farm report
Measure everything from weight to body fat and water percentages with devices that even send results to your smartphone
Investors are being offered a stake in a new solar-energy plant serving a village that has a long history of pioneering new forms of power generation.
Shadow chancellor accuses George Osborne of anti-green agenda
New scheme aims to harness people power to raise profits from renewable energy
The Thames Estuary construction will generate enough energy to power most homes in Kent
A saving of £45bn should be good news, but the study’s conclusions clash with the pursuit of gas
The founder of Britain’s first green electricity provider has accused the Coalition of risking the UK’s future energy security through a “disastrous” inconsistency in policies. Ecotricity boss Dale Vince accused the Government of hugely undermining confidence among potential investors, who are desperately needed to finance an essential overhaul of the UK’s energy infrastructure at a cost of around about £200bn over the next decade.
Scientists have harnessed the principles of photosynthesis to develop a new way of producing hydrogen – in a breakthrough that offers a possible solution to global energy problems.
An Italian court ordered €1.3bn in mafia assets to be seized from Sicily’s “Lord of the wind” today – the largest such confiscation in the country’s history.
Families could face higher electricity bills as a result of "shocking" blunders in awarding new contracts for offshore wind farms, a group of MPs has warned.
Christine Metcalfe claims UK Government and the EU have breached a fundamental tenet of citizens’ rights under the UN’s Åarhus Convention