The scrapping of DECC was understandably followed by the disbanding of the parliamentary committee which scrutinised it, but could this lead to a hole in scrutiny of energy and climate change policies?
In July this year, then-new prime minister Theresa May confirmed she was scrapping the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and adding its remit to the business department to form a new Department...
Molly Scott Cato of the Green Party sets out her party's stance on key environmental issues ahead of the general election on June 8
New initiative, led by the Environmental Industries Commission, promises to match cities facing environmental challenges with smart technology
Two-thirds of British public think Britain should remain part of the Paris Agreement and 69 per cent think Climate Change Act should remain law, new survey reveals
From a sharp slowdown in solar deployment to an uptick in smart meter connections and the troubles with ECO, we've gathered all the latest facts and figures on the UK energy system in one easy guide