Energy subsidies designed to keep lights on and support low-carbon electricity will have risen 124 per cent by 2020-21, review finds
Households will be paying £100 more for their annual bills within five years to fund four government policies designed to keep the lights on and support low-carbon electricity, according to a review. ...
New survey reveals strong public support for electric cars and 'smart' lamp posts, as hopes grow clean technology can help improve relations between neighbours
Drax CEO: 'Our purpose is to help change the way energy is generated, supplied and used for a better future'
Dorothy Thompson dishes the details of the coal and biomass giant's new plan to become a "diversified energy business"
Company confirms it will reach milestone next year, underscoring its position as the world's largest purchaser of renewable power