The discovery that the big six energy firms' loyal customers save less gives Labour a chance to flaunt its more successful policy plan.
The lessons in communication and research political parties can learn from how Ed Miliband's energy price freeze announcement played out.
Michael Brooks’s Science Column.
Lockheed Martin has announced that it already has a small-scale fusion energy generator. In ten years’ time, it says, it will have developed a reactor large enough to power a city and small enough to sit on the back of a truck.
Another milestone in wind power generation does nothing to reverse the government's scepticism over its potential.
Currently, we depend on both Russia and the Middle East for much of our energy; the Nato summit's priority should be to tackle the energy security challenge.
Countries like Germany, China and Japan are racing ahead in switching to renewable energy sources, while the UK continues to stubbornly stick to outdated nuclear power.
An accidental breakthrough into a chamber beneath the Earth's crust has led to a possible breakthrough in geothermal energy production.
With excess winter deaths up by 29% and bills up by £300 since the election, it's time for the government to act.
While shifting the debate towards green levies, the Big Six have remained much quieter about their healthy profits.