Efficiency sector left disappointed as government prepares to announce package of reforms designed to trim £50 a year from consumer bills
Reports that the government plans to slow the roll out of home insulation programmes have today faced fierce criticism from the energy efficiency sector, amid growing fears ministers are poised to significantly...
Mary Creagh argues the government is right to give firms more time to file financial reports, but Ministers should resist the temptation to allow lengthy delays
Bernard Looney: 'Climate change and the drive for the world to get to net zero have not gone away'
Rapid mobilisation of funds in crisis is evidence of "real value" of local, decentralised, community-run energy, says community energy facilitor Communities for Renewables.
Reforms to Business in Kind tax rate for electric cars will further enhance the financial case for switching company cars to electric models from today