A new, flexible approach can help shape a more intelligent energy sector, writes Robert Groves, CEO at SmartestEnergy.
The rolling green hills of Sussex and Surrey have been found to contain huge volumes of oil. Will Dunn spoke to the companies, campaigners and local residents at the centre of the Home Counties oil rush.
The Conservative government has failed to end fuel poverty but Labour won’t, according to Rebecca Long-Bailey, Shadow Secretary for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Paul Wheelhouse, Scottish government Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy, wants to unshackle the UK’s supply chain.
Can tidal lagoon energy be both clean and green?
The Greens' co-leader talks election strategy and why the environment is not an isolated issue.
The UK can help solve the world’s long-term energy needs if we invest now, writes Professor Ian Chapman, chief executive of the UK Atomic Energy Authority
The government’s decision to overturn Lancashire’s fracking vote doesn’t say much for their commitment to devolution, writes Jennifer Mein, leader of Lancashire County Council
MP for Lancaster and Fleetwood Cat Smith asks: is this government really committed to localism?
What is district heating – and can this hot new trend really provide an answer to fuel poverty?
Onshore wind energy must be at the heart of the UK's mainstream policy, writes Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas