The number of complaints submitted against the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers has fallen, according to new figures from Ofgem.
Statoil has been awarded a contract from the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to carry out carbon storage feasibility studies at three offshore locations.
The Indian government is increasing financial support for rooftop solar power projects in order to help meet ambitious targets of 100 GW of solar power capacity operational by April 2022.
The Department for International Development is to provide £30m of funding to increase access to modern energy services in rural areas of mainland Tanzania.
RenewableUK is predicting a busy year of construction activity in onshore and offshore wind in 2016.
The Government’s Energy Trends report shows a fall in coal and gas generation has been offset by an increase from the renewables and nuclear sectors.
Almost half of Scotland's electricity demand came from renewable sources in 2014, according to the DECC's latest figures.
The Government’s provisional estimates indicate that between 2012 and 2014 emissions from power stations decreased by 23 percent to 121 million tonnes of CO2.
Brent crude oil prices are now at their lowest level last seen in 2004, with production around the world remaining at or near record highs.
Motorola Solutions is to lead an international consortium of academic and industrial partners to create new ways for building owners, facility managers and energy service companies to more effectively operate their sites.
Inenco's weekly energy report for 15th December talks about the effect the low oil price has on the gas and electricity markets.
Industry funded body Task Force on Shale Gas has released its fourth and final report, which examines the Economic Impacts of a UK Shale Gas Industry and whether to proceed.
Almost 3.5 million in the UK have switched electricity supplier so far this year, according to the November report from Energy UK.
Co-operative Energy has blamed problems with its new IT system for topping the complaints column of a quarterly customer service league table.
Launched at COP21 Paris Climate Change Conference, thirty-six countries have backed an initiative to promote geothermal energy in developing economies.
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