The leaders of five of the UK’s political parties went head to head last Thursday, in the UK's first ever climate debate.
Shell has completed the acquisition of Australian supplier ERM Power, aiming to establish a “one-stop energy shop” in the country.
E.On's Q3 results show a 3% year-on-year drop in income, with 4,500 npower jobs to go as the supplier rings in changes.
Up to 4,500 jobs are going to be cut as part of npower’s restructuring, as E.On completes its takeover of the struggling energy provider.
An open letter calling for cross-party support for Net Zero, signed by academics, policy specialist, trade bodies and businesses, has been released ahead of the Climate Debate this evening.
German energy firm innogy has been forced to slash its earnings forecast for 2019, with its UK-facing npower business of increasing concern.
The differing net zero policies, how to achieve them and the electric vehicle (EV) rollout took centre stage at a debate between members of the Green, Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties last night.
The SNP has launched its manifesto in Glasgow, promising expansions to renewables as part of a Green Energy Deal.
Current± talks to Andrew Cooper, the Green Party’s energy spokesperson and councillor for Kirklees representing the Newsome Ward in Huddersfield, about supporting onshore wind, encouraging investment and enabling community energy.