E.on cuts gas prices by 5.1%; Shell cuts 10,000 jobs; Netflix global surge grabs more customers than expected
The big six energy firms have failed to pass on massive savings to consumers
E.ON has become the first of the major energy suppliers to be hit bynew fines for failing to install smart meters for business customers.
European officials accused of having vested interests and ignoring renewable energy
Energy boss tells MPs that avoidance is because of 'simple UK accounting rule'
Households face soaring bills after aid is cut. But critics say carbon tax could help end fuel poverty
Energy company E.ON has been forced to hand over £1.7m to customers after it was caught overcharging.
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.
ScottishPower has become the last of the big six energy companies to announce reductions in its tariffs.
The Football Association today confirmed Budweiser as the lead partners of the FA Cup for the next three years.
Cheshire residents have come together in one of the most fiercely fought campaigns to oppose municipal waste incinerators since six were proposed to dispose of their rubbish. They claim that their county is in danger of becoming "the most incinerator-contaminated place in Britain".
Major programmes and projects to tackle climate change under the remit of the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) were left largely untouched.
Nearly 80 people were arrested and three police officers left needing hospital treatment during a huge climate change protest at a power station.
As competition heats up in the home energy market, finding the best deals can be confusing.
E.on says coal plant is no longer needed as recession reduces electricity demand
As Scottish Power and E.ON release bargain basement deals this week, Simon Read looks at how energy firms are still failing us