The government's draft Energy Bill has caused much contention among environmentalists, business leaders and MPs who cannot agree on a suitable outcome.
Dozens of households in Scotland are set to benefit from a new initiative that aims to help firms learn how they can get cheap energy and lower their carbon footprint.
Lower wholesale prices have led to a small energy supplier leading the way by introducing a cut to gas and electricity bills.
Scotland has unveiled its first marine energy park that is located off the south-west of England and aims to link university researchers with private companies working in the sector.
The School of Marine Science and Technology at Newcastle University has hosted a course teaching 50 school children about cheap energy and low carbon sources.
A new project has been launched that will see scientists develop the next generation of energy storage systems.
South Lakeland District Council has urged the National Grid to look for alternatives to routing new power lines across the Lake District and Furness peninsula.
A new report from Consumer Focus has revealed positive steps have been taken by energy suppliers to ensure delivery of a better service for pre-payment meter (PPM) customers.
A company that provides energy suppliers with power has submitted an application for the construction of a £1.4 billion wind farm to be constructed in Scotland.
Britain has a "golden opportunity" to create a green energy network that could help decarbonise the country's power supply.
Ofgem has announced plans to unlock £22 billion to upgrade Britain's electricity and gas networks.
A total of £60,000 is set to be slashed from the electricity bills of 17 schools in Shropshire
The future of renewable energy in Scotland is uncertain after a subsidy cut has led to the main operator of Scottish hydro power stations claiming no more will be built.