UN chief argues oil and gas firms' profiteering off the energy crisis is 'punishing the poorest and most vulernable people, while destroying our home'
The government must revamp its 'half-hearted' windfall tax to divert fossil fuel firms' bumper profits into home energy efficiency upgrades and support for low-income households, writes Ashden's Harriet Lamb
Green business figures, campaigners, politicians, academics and energy experts give their verdict on the government's windfall tax U-turn
U-turn will see oil and gas firms to help pay additional 25 per cent windfall tax on profits to help pay for fresh measures to support households with soaring energy bills
Building decarbonisation is critical to delivering a net zero Britain, but neither the Treasury nor Scottish government have set out a vision for how a mass green homes retrofit programme could be funded, writes Glasgow Caledonian University’s Keith Baker...
Propposed levy set to extend beyond oil and gas firms and include a tax on the earnings of electricity generators benefitting from soaring prices, according to government insiders
Reports indicate Chancellor Rishi Sunak has not entirely ruled out windfall tax, as pressure mounts on government to offer more help for households struggling with soaring energy bills