Just 10% of the world’s biggest energy companies have so far made commitments to reduce their carbon emissions to net-zero, according to research.

The General Election is just over a month away, but what have the main parties pledged for the UK’s energy market?

The leading fracking company in the UK is looking to overturn the government’s fracking moratorium.

The UK’s greenhouse gas emissions intensity has fallen by 2/3rds since 1990, but progress stalled during 2018, casting doubts on the government’s decarbonisation plans.

Labour has announced plans for a £250 billion efficiency upgrade of every British home, which the party says will cut the nation’s carbon emissions by 10%.

The government has approved a new coal mine in Cumbria in the very same week that the Treasury launched a review into how the UK can reduce its contribution to global warming

Energy suppliers could hike prices for customers who stick with traditional meters, in an effort to encourage uptake of smart meters, an energy minister has suggested to MPs.

Energy supplier Scottish Power has blamed mild winter weather and the government’s price cap for its recent drop in profits.

Energy supplier GnENERGY has been ordered by the regulator Ofgem to pay its outstanding Renewable Obligations bill.

Despite being ruled illegal last year, the European Commission has once again approved the UK’s fossil fuel subsidy scheme.