Big Six suppliers could face mandatory price controls, says Ofgem, as public anger mounts over exorbitant fuel bills
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".
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.
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
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.
Greenhouse gas emissions from new power stations will be collected and permanently stored deep underground
A small gadget, already in many homes, shows exactly how much energy you are using and helps you cut back. Nargis Ahmad and Julian Knight report
Gordon Brown's £1bn package to help people cut soaring fuel bills ran into immediate controversy yesterday after electricity companies refused to rule out passing on the cost of the scheme to customers.
Hundreds of riot police pushed back protesters at the Kingsnorth coal power station "climate camp" in Kent yesterday, as officers raided the site and made eight arrests.
Police made a number of arrests today during a second raid at a site where 400 eco-activists are gathering for a week-long environmental protest.
Green activists are vowing to force their way into one of Britain's biggest power stations next month in what will be the most serious clash yet between the burgeoning climate change protest movement and the authorities.
The Press Association's political editor Jon Smith – who was injured in a road accident involving No 10 staff, journalists and a Bucharest bus driver – could count himself lucky, given the reported fate of some of the city's Dracula-esque stray dogs, a 30,000-strong infestation.