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The government has given the go-ahead for the UK's first new nuclear station in nearly 60 years through a consortium led by French firm EDF Energy.
EEF has called the Committee on Climate Change’s findings on the review of the fourth carbon budget into question.
Ed Miliband was right to highlight the problem of spiraling energy costs but his plan to freeze prices could be disastrous, says Julian Morgan, managing director of the Energy Advice Line.
Independent metering specialist MWA Technology is seeking to raise awareness of the government's Renewable Heat Incentive at The Energy Event 2013, which starts today.
Rob Saunders, head of energy at the Technology Strategy Board explains the requirement for the newly announced Energy Systems Catapult
A new report from the CBI has revealed that UK businesses think energy efficiency policy is failing while government focuses on the energy generation debate.
Can you spare 5 minutes? The Manufacturer magazine is conducting a survey into the industrial energy market and will provide feedback to suppliers to assist them to improve their level of service to you.
In answer to questions from Crown Paints’ employees Prime Minister David Cameron said ignoring the option of fracking to reduce energy prices in the UK would be a “big mistake”
Sust-it, the energy efficiency website, questions whether describing electric cars as “zero emissions vehicles” is accurate
Energy and business minister Michael Fallon opened the 504MW capacity Greater Gabbard wind farm 14 miles off the coast of Suffolk yesterday.