Energy secretary:"Unconventional gas can make a difference, although perhaps not as big a difference as some sections of the press would have me believe"
Energy and climate change secretary Ed Davey has challenged a series of "myths" attached to the government's Energy Bill, arguing the controversial reforms are not a disguised nuclear subsidy and have...
London's £10 levy on the most polluting cars highlights how bold regulation can help stimulate new markets
Treasury faces fresh calls to confirm future of carbon price floor, as EU begins work on post-Brexit emissions trading scheme plan
Aurora Energy Research argues flaws in government methodology means it may have underestimated the level of subsidy required by new offshore wind farms
The Clean Growth Strategy was welcome, argued John Alker, but it needs to be properly embedded in all government activity