Even the briefest power interruption can have a costly impact on businesses - Alan Barlow, Director of UK and Ireland for Centrica Business Solutions, discusses what lessons can be learnt from the UK's recent major power cut
Installation of home insulation has plummeted since Warm Front Scheme was scrapped in 2013, which may have led to millions of tonnes of additional CO2 emissions
As fracking resumes in Lancashire, mixed messages emerge from government as it tones down the pro-shale gas rhetoric but hints at a review of crucial tremor rules
Head of Solution Sales at Centrica Business Solutions, Louis Burford, outlines the potential potholes for Electric Vehicle adoption
French firm is banking big on hydrogen's potential to transform energy, transport, industry - and its own business - in pursuit of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals
Andrea Leadsom announces Energy Emergencies Executives Committee is to review last week's power cut, as National Grid boss defends company's response
Sudden shutdown of a gas plant and offshore wind plant has fired up an inevitable - and at times ill-informed - debate over how best to bolster grid security as the network decarbonises
Additional £2.5m of funding announced, as new Transport Secretary Grant Shapps declares that he wants electric cars to be 'normal rather than the exception'
First of 88 new charge points deployed by Engie as part of plans to improve air quality across Leeds and Bradford
Smart DCC, which runs UK's smart meter infrastructure, sets out vision for harnessing technology to boost EV and smart grid uptake
Reserve your place now at the latest BusinessGreen Leaders Briefing: Towards Net Zero Buildings and Infrastructure
Expectations for stationary energy battery storage market continue to surge, as influential analyst house revises up deployment forecasts
Anti-fossil fuel demonstrators force shutdown of SSE's Keadby 2 gas plant in Lincolnshire and try to picket Drax's London headquarters
Coal power generation in the EU has plummeted 19 per cent since the start of the year, according to analysis by Sandbag, but will the trend continue?
All businesses have a role to play in delivering SDG9, but what steps should they take to aid the development of more sustainable industries
Your need-to-know guide to the pre-recess energy policy blitz from BEIS
'Action across all areas': Government releases flurry of new plans for nuclear, smart grids, and CCS
With the imminent Energy White Paper apparently on hold for the new Prime Minister, the government has instead released a wave of clean energy policy consultations
Overseas aid, local planning, and energy regulator Ofgem are just three of the areas where experts fear much needed net zero mandates are urgently required
Shell's Ben van Beurden recently declared the pursuit of a net zero economy was 'the only way to go', but how can the fossil fuel industry overcome the barriers that block the path to deep decarbonisation?
UK capital becomes first to secure official status in a move designed to highlight how urban environments can better support biodiversity and public wellbeing
It has long been touted as a key pillar of the low carbon economy, but is the hydrogen sector finally starting to live up to its promise?
Schneider Electric and Edmundson Electrical open centres of excellence for EV charging in Manchester, West Bromwich, Glasgow, and London
Meeting of carmakers also told of plan for new houses to have EV charging point
Government signals it is 'prepared to intervene' to simplify EV charging payment, as new consultation aims to ensure every new home comes with domestic charge points