By Ian Steadman - 30 January 06:10
An accidental breakthrough into a chamber beneath the Earth's crust has led to a possible breakthrough in geothermal energy production.
By Luciana Berger - 29 November 11:08
With excess winter deaths up by 29% and bills up by £300 since the election, it's time for the government to act.
By Will Straw - 12 November 10:27
While shifting the debate towards green levies, the Big Six have remained much quieter about their healthy profits.
By Richard Morris - 24 October 04:48
The Deputy PM vowed in his conference speech that the Lib Dems "will keep this government green" - and he meant it.
By Damian Kahya - 08 October 05:24
The Labour leader may need to move some of the cost of energy efficiency schemes from consumer bills to taxation.
By Alex Andreou - 25 September 10:52
The energy companies are squealing over the Labour leader's proposed freeze on energy prices, warning of blackouts. They ignore the fact that the lights are already going out - for the 4.5 million people living in fuel poverty.
By Bianca Jagger - 19 September 08:47
There are clear conflicts of interest over the sources of the government’s advice on fracking. In 2012, Cameron was committed to renewable energy - what changed?
By Will Straw - 04 June 12:03
The amendment would provide the certainty for which the energy industry is calling and keep the UK on track to meet its legally binding carbon targets at the lowest cost.
By Simon Bullock - 03 June 02:00
The Chancellor's plans will cost bill payers £25bn more in the 2020s than developing low-carbon energy and breach the UK's climate change targets.