Carbon emissions ‘to rise for first time in five years’

The IEA expects greenhouse gases from advanced economies to spike as oil and gas use increases

Has your supplier left you on hold for half an hour?

A new Which? report says 30 minutes is not an uncommon length of time to be left on hold

Developing nations ‘take the lead on clean energy’

A new report suggests the majority of new wind and solar activity is happening in non-OECD countries

Solar and wind ‘keep cutting costs in nearly every economy’

Bloomberg New Energy Finance says this is the case even in previously coal-intensive countries such as China and India

Global power and utilities deal value hits record $241.8bn in Q3

A new report from EY suggests gas and renewables led the way

E.ON’s nine-month earnings 11% up on year earlier

The energy giant has announced it remains on course operationally, financially and strategically

SSE and innogy to adjust terms of merger

The firms say the changes are due to adverse market developments and regulatory interventions

Oil and gas sector ‘requires wide-ranging reforms’

The IEA says the sector needs to adapt to face “unprecedented challenges”

Good Energy helps Brecon Beacons go greener

The supplier has signed a deal to provide the National Park Authority with 100% clean energy

Smaller energy firms ‘offering worst customer service’

Citizens Advice has ranked TOTO Energy and Solarplicity at the bottom of its leaderboard