European officials accused of having vested interests and ignoring renewable energy
The Archbishop recently said that the wave of energy price hikes seems "inexplicable"
You don't have to grin and bear it as your electricity and gas bills keep going up – Martin Hickman shares his tips that could put hundreds of pounds back in your pocket
Co-operative Energy has scaled back a planned price increase amid expectations that the Government will axe green levies from bills.
Rolls-Royce is talking to Hitachi about becoming an investor in the next generation of nuclear power stations after the Japanese company agreed to buy the Horizon nuclear project for about £700m today.
One of the UK's big six energy suppliers reported a slide in UK profits today as milder weather hit consumption and rising wholesale prices squeezed earnings.
Energy giant E.ON has announced the closure of a power station, leading to the loss of more than 100 jobs.
Big Six suppliers could face mandatory price controls, says Ofgem, as public anger mounts over exorbitant fuel bills
Major programmes and projects to tackle climate change under the remit of the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) were left largely untouched.
It is now almost 20 years since Nicola Njie was hauled off to see the head teacher in the hope that he could persuade her to stay on in the sixth form. At a school not known for its academic excellence, her six good GCSE grades stood out and her form tutor thought she had considerable academic potential.
Commercial wave and tidal projects at Pentland Firth will be world's first
Mitsubishi and BMW's Mini launched their UK electric vehicle trials at the weekend; both initiatives are part-funded by the British Government's Technology Strategy Board which will support tests involving 340 alternative fuel vehicles from several manufacturers.
As Scottish Power and E.ON release bargain basement deals this week, Simon Read looks at how energy firms are still failing us
The Football Association has confirmed energy giant E.ON will not be renewing its sponsorship deal with the FA Cup at the end of this season.
Half a million poverty-hit pensioners could be put back on a firm financial footing simply by taking up the state benefits they are eligible for, a leading charity has claimed. Age Concern and Help the Aged says older people are turning down £5.4bn-worth of extra cash that is rightfully theirs. The money is made up of means-tested benefits and allowances that pensioners fail to claim.
Police made a series of arrests early today after climate change campaigners boarded a coal freighter in a bid to prevent it unloading its cargo at a power station.