Blog: Got the fear about our energy future? Join the club

As our bizarre summer finally breaks into heat – the weekend’s mix of sunshine and downpour seems quintessentially British, i.e. totally bonkers – the turning weather has pushed my thoughts onto the next season. Autumn, season of mists – and one of the biggest bits of policy to hit the energy sector in at least […]

World Biofuels Markets 2012 to Offer Final Word on Food Versus Fuel Issue

The World Biofuels Markets, Europe’s largest conference and exhibition focused on biofuels, announced an interactive keynote session entitled “Food vs. Fuel: The Global Debate Continues.” Moderated by BBC Newsnight host Jeremy Paxman, the panel of experts will address the realities and myths of the impact biofuels are having on food stocks, pricing and poverty around […]

British Gas says it now has simpler tariffs

The managing director of British Gas has announced the company will aim to regain trust in the consumer through two types of fixed and variable tariff as the power suppliers aim to increase simplicity following Ofgem’s recent market review. Phil Bentley, Managing Director of British Gas said: “It’s time for change. It’s clear that the […]