You got chills, they're multiplyin'. Course they are. Because you've just heard about the latest plans from John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John to release a, ahem, "heartwarming" Christmas album. And it's enough to send a shiver down the spine.
Energy group SSE today said it will increase tariffs by 9 per cent on average in a move impacting around 5 million electricity customers and 3.4 million gas customers.
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In 1920s Britain, electricity was rare, unreliable and expensive. Then the Government started building the National Grid to provide energy for all – and the problems really began, says Gerard Gilbert
Wind farms generate electricity by capturing the kinetic energy of moving air.
Reserves running low and gas demand at record levels as Arctic conditions set to last into next week
National Grid issued its second gas alert in three days today as the UK's freezing weather pushed demand to record levels.
With more cars on our roads than ever, we need clever alternatives to pay-and-display and multi-storeys – and designers are getting in gear. Jonathan Weinberg reports
One of the world's first dedicated ski lifts was a very green machine. It operated in Germany's Black Forest in the early 20th century and was powered by the local water mill. A century later, ski lifts are going back to renewable energy.
The national strategy to cut emissions published yesterday comes at a price. But are we willing to pay it?
Rising utility prices are the ideal incentive to boost your home's green credentials, says Graham Norwood
With its coves and caves, this beautiful Hebridean island is the stuff of adventure stories – and its recent history has been aptly gripping. Just bring ginger beer, says Frank Partridge