Coal fire
The smoke clears from household fuels with new Clean Air Strategy

The government has announced only the cleanest wood-burning stoves will be available for sale from 2022

Solar roof installation
Government unveils ‘Smart Export Guarantee’ proposals

The plans aim to protect consumers while guaranteeing small-scale clean electricity providers would be paid for their excess electricity

Picture of Energy and Clean Growth Minister Claire Perry on stage.
Claire Perry: ‘From power stations to solar panels, the future is local’

An opinion piece from the Energy Minister

Centrica to challenge energy price cap

The British Gas owner plans to apply for a judicial review against regulator Ofgem

Government confirms plans to cut export tariff

The change will mean households with new solar panels will not be paid for excess power exported to the grid

Ofgem propose network reforms ‘that could save consumers £45’

The move would limit how much money energy network firms can pay to their shareholders

New York steps up energy efficiency and storage targets

New York State Public Service Commission has approved two new initiatives to reduce the region’s carbon footprint

Government-funded residential EV charging points to go smart from July 2019

These chargers will have to be capable of being remotely accessed, as well as able to receive, interpret and react to signals sent to them

Lord Lawson
Lord Lawson: Government putting green ideology over national interests

Lord Lawson believes Greg Clark’s response to the Helm Review effectively ‘kicks all of its recommendations into the long grass’

EU and UK flags in front of Parliament during Brexit
House of Lords: How is government preparing for energy Brexit?

A House of Lords Committee has written to Claire Perry MP regarding Brexit impacts on the energy and climate sectors