UK consumer group Which? is calling on the Prime Minister David Cameron to launch an urgent review of the energy market after the latest round of price rises.
UK businesses are being urged to look to Brazil and South Korea for low-carbon opportunities, in the wake of two reports published by UK Trade & Investment.
US retailer Walmart says it is making progress on its wide-reaching environmental and social responsibility strategy and is now the second largest onsite green power generator in the country.
UK government “wants to do more” for deep geothermal energy but has had to make “hard choices” over which renewable energies to support.
UK Power Networks, which manages the electricity network in London and the south east of England, has signed up local businesses to cut electricity use at times of peak demand.
As UK utilities British Gas and npower announce gas price rises, Energy Secretary Ed Davey has written to all MPs today with advice on how their constituents can make savings on energy bills.
The UK’s insulation industry is warning that the slow start to the government’s flagship Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation is putting 16,000 jobs at risk.
On a visit to Edinburgh yesterday, UK Energy Secretary Ed Davey announced a triple boost for regional activities on renewables, carbon capture and storage, and energy bill savings.
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond is today launching a multi-million pound renewable energy investment fund amid criticism that government’s green energy plans are at odds with North Sea oil operations.
Birmingham City Council, which was chosen as one of seven cities in England to kick start the government’s Green Deal, has appointed Carillion Energy to deliver the scheme.