Is the ban on new onshore wind set to be blown away?

The Prime Minister is reportedly set to reverse an onshore wind farm ban amid Tory MPs pressure

Energy industry reacts to British Gas soaring profits

While Ofgem states that the energy retail sector’s profits are a one-off as suppliers recover from losses incurred during challenging times, campaigners are calling for greater support for consumers

‘Road plans will stop net zero target’

Groups claim that new roads will lead to more pollution from vans and hybrid cars, which were previously overlooked

Energy industry braces for UK’s Green Day – Will it be a game changer or a flop?

A package of green policies is expected to be announced to aid the UK’s net zero target, but what exactly are the hopes of the energy industry for the following day?

Energy industry reacts to Spring Budget

The Budget announcement saw extended support for household energy bills and for CCUS technology – but is it enough for the UK’s net zero ambition?

Energy industry responds to new energy price cap

The energy industry has raised concerns over the rising rates of the government’s Energy Price Guarantee scheme

British Gas owner reports record profits of £3.3bn amid energy crisis

The energy giant’s profits for 2022 more than tripled compared with the total group’s adjusted operating profit of £948 million in 2021

bp reports biggest profit in 114-year history

The energy giant has doubled its annual profits to a record £23 billion

Shell posts highest profits in 115 years

The energy giant made record profits driven by its gas division

Campaigners to launch legal challenges over North Sea oil and gas licences

Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth and Uplift claim that the government has failed to take into account the full climate impact of new fossil fuel projects