Oil and gas company investigated for licence breach

The North Sea Transition Authority has launched an investigation into an oil and gas company suspected of not adhering to its licence obligations

Offshore wind turbines ‘must triple to help the UK meet its targets’

The UK must speed up the rate of offshore wind projects to hit its Energy Security Strategy targets, according to a new report

More support for decommissioning of Wylfa nuclear power station

A new electrical overlay system will be built by UK Power Networks Services to ensure the decommissioning work progresses well

Energy Security Bill introduced into Parliament

These 26 new measures have been set to put the UK on a path to a cleaner, domestic energy market

Local wind turbines ‘could cut household energy bills by £350’

The government is reportedly looking at giving financial incentives to communities to bring more onshore wind into the grid

UK to accelerate offshore wind expansion by shortening consenting process

Energy Minister has said the government is looking to reduce construction times by delivering a robust UK supply chain

UK’s £130m subsea cable manufacturing facility reaches final grant agreement

The project is forecast to create 170 new jobs

Windfall tax threatens oil and gas investment in North Sea, says Shell

The energy giant has said the levy “creates uncertainty”

Inquiry: Could Wylfa be the UK’s next nuclear power station?

The Welsh Affairs Committee will explore the economic impact of a new nuclear power station at Wylfa and Wales’ role in the UK Government’s nuclear ambitions

Billpayers ‘could pay billions in extra nuclear plant decommissioning costs’

Seven power plants should have been decommissioned decades ago, according to a parliamentary committee report