The cheapest energy is the energy we don't use - so why aren't we talking about it more?
Longer-term commitment to renewable energy will pay off for ministers unless the world rejects emissions reduction efforts completely, government advisers have found.
European countries are being "too slow" in creating a single energy market, Jose Manuel Barroso has complained at the end of this month's European council.
Switching to alternative energy sources will cost the average household £600 a year by 2020, a leading industry analyst has announced.
Consumers who have shopped around for the cheapest energy tariff are likely to lose money when the government's energy reforms come into force.
Successive British governments have demonstrated a "total abrogation of leadership" in their approach to infrastructure development in the UK, a leading construction industry official said today.
The energy bill nestled in the Queen's Speech is another victim of coalition tit-for-tat trading.
Ofgem must be stricter in cracking down on anti-competitive practices in the energy sector, according to a panel of MPs.
A senior Conservative MP is mounting an attempt to get an emissions target included in the upcoming energy bill, against the wishes of the government.
A ban on drilling for underground shale gas, otherwise known as fracking, has been lifted, the energy secretary has announced.
Up to 30 new gas power stations could be built by 2030, George Osborne is expected to announce tomorrow.
The government will not set a target for carbon emissions for 2030 until well after the next general election, it has emerged.
Energy firms will be forced to give consumers the cheapest deal available after all, with more details of the government's plans expected later.
Splits over wind farms and the EU budget would be less damaging if the coalition had issues which united it.
The government's own energy minister seemed unsure of his own department's policy today, after he struggled to answer questions of a plan announced by David Cameron in the Commons.
The government will force energy companies to give customers the lowest price tariff available, David Cameron announced at prime minister's questions this afternoon.
Ed Davey, Liberal Democrat energy and climate change secretary's speech in full to autumn conference.
Three years after taking power, the chancellor shows no sign of living up to his promises.
Osborne makes the Tories look like an Oxbridge-educated Tea Party. It is time for the grown-ups to step in and start running the show.
Europe's distribution of carbon permits may hurt the economy, a report has claimed.
Over 1,600 jobs will be created in the UK as part of an initiative to secure the nation's long-term energy supply, according to prime minister David Cameron's speech in Oslo yesterday.
Consumers will have to pay even more for their energy to fund the switch to renewable energy, under legislation to be published later.
Huhne was respected by green campaigners. What can Ed Davey do to earn the same reputation?
Efforts to tackle climate change are not responsible for increased energy prices, government advisers have insisted.