A new report from the National Audit Office has unveiled that around £100 million was spent on a competition for developing carbon capture technology before it was scrapped.

Plans for a tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay are expected to gain government support this week.

An energy supplier league table is to be published to increase transparency on the numbers of people on expensive standard variable tariffs.

The government has reaffirmed its commitment to spend £730 million of annual support on renewable electricity projects over this Parliament.

Edinburgh City Council has signed a contract with E.ON’s energy efficiency business, Matrix.

21 organisations representing the solar industry have argued that the industry needs certainty to invest.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has outlined his plans to create ‘A City of all Londoners’, including a series of proposals to make the capital a greener place and ensure it reaches its target of zero carbon emissions by 2050.

The construction of a 22 turbine wind farm in the Highlands, that will generate enough power for 36,000 homes, has gained the green light.

The first part of a government £320 million fund has been released, to upgrade heating in towns and cities to supply low carbon and recycled heat.

The government has overruled Lancashire County Council’s decision to refuse permission for a fracking site.

The government and French energy company EDF are expected to sign the key contract for the new £18 billion Hinkley Point C nuclear power station.

Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed that the UK will ratify the Paris Agreement before the end of 2016.

Following a comprehensive review of the Hinkley Point C project, the government has decided to proceed with the first new nuclear power station.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced a total of 51 electric buses will operate through two routes in London as part of a wider aim improve air quality.

The Scottish government has committed to a new plan to tackle climate change and increase energy efficiency.

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