‘Petrochemicals need $759bn to become net zero’

The investment must be made into carbon capture and electrification, a new report warns

Government to unveil energy bill handout to ease financial pain

The £200 loan will reportedly be scrapped and replaced by a sum that will not need to be paid back

Will the next MasterChef wear CO2-capturing apron?

ELN spoke to a scientist who has developed aprons that absorb CO2 from the air before releasing it as nutrition for plants

Ofwat calls on water firms to support struggling customers

The water regulator has urged companies to deal sensitively with people with money issues

“Options open” for keeping UK coal plants at normal capacity this winter

Energy Minister has said his first priority in the coming winters is to “maintain levels of investment” in the North Sea oil and gas

Industry responds to Ofgem’s warning of new surge in the price cap

Energy leaders have reflected on predictions that the October price cap will rise to around £2,800

Is government considering a windfall tax on wind farms?

The Chancellor is reportedly mulling a plan that could see electricity generators and oil and gas companies hit by a wider windfall tax

Are cheap energy deals threatened with extinction?

The cheapest fixed tariff energy deals cost £1,700 more than the price cap, according to a new report

Will the government announce a new £10bn energy bill package tomorrow?

Rishi Sunak will allegedly unveil new measures that could include a direct discount on household energy bills

“Eco activists could undermine the UK’s energy security”

Protests, legal action and publicity stunts may deter offshore investment in the UK waters, the chief of Offshore Energies UK has warned