New EU cross-border energy infrastructure rules end support for oil and gas projects

The Council has adopted a revised Trans-European Networks for Energy Regulation, which also introduces mandatory sustainability criteria for all projects

Norway eyes 30GW of offshore wind capacity by 2040

The next licensing round for new offshore wind areas will be carried out in 2025

Labour to call for Commons vote on windfall tax on oil and gas giants

Shadow Climate Change Secretary Ed Miliband said his party will call for a vote on Tuesday

Vanuatu supported in bid for legal protection from climate change

The UN will discuss its call for protecting vulnerable countries later this year

Boris – cost of living rise can’t be avoided

The Prime Minister has said “no government can realistically shield everyone from the cost of living impact”

Queen’s Speech lays out Energy Bill

The pursuit of cheaper, cleaner and more secure energy has been put at the heart of the government’s plans

Government consults on Scottish expansion of Warm Home Discount

The move could help more than 280,000 households struggling to pay their energy bills

Queen’s Speech should include an Energy Bill, says industry

The new legislation could help the UK move faster towards a low carbon energy system, according to a new report

Queensland won’t close coal plants in energy transition push

The Australian state has set a 2050 net zero target but refused to close its eight coal plants

Ofgem to reduce distribution connection charges as part of its significant code review

Larger network users will be offered standardised flexible connection options