Strongly worded report concludes Treasury interference means Energy Bill will increase costs for consumers, hamper competition, and deter low-carbon investment
MPs will today deliver the strongest criticism yet of the government's energy policies, accusing the Treasury of rendering proposed electricity market reforms "unworkable". In a scathing report, the...
Carbon fibres can work as battery electrodes to store electric power - potentially paving the way for lightweight electric vehicles and even electric planes
Electrification of fleet vehicles set to unlock £6bn economic opportunity, according to Aurora Energy Research
Government unveils four research programmes totaling £60m in funding that aim to support new ideas for tackling air pollution and climate impacts
VIDEO: 250 staff at Ørsted's Grimsby site work day in, day out to maintain and operate hundreds of offshore wind turbines off the UK coast