E.ON UK to supply 3.3m customers with 100% renewable electricity

More than 3m homes are to automatically receive renewable energy from E.ON UK at no extra cost in one of the UK’s biggest...

BP's solar subsidiary sees the light in search for UK's shiniest grass

BP’s solar subsidiary is on the hunt for Britain’s shiniest grass to help make the most of new double-sided solar panels that can...

Rethinking Energy

China’s ‘no waste’ energy drive and fast-growing electric vehicle sector; energy-harvesting tech in remote areas; oil groups face conflicting shareholder demands; the quest...

Shell balances conflicting shareholder demands

Royal Dutch Shell has been walking a fine line between investing in its traditional oil and gas businesses while pledging to develop new...

British Gas and SSE to purge petrol and diesel from fleets by 2030

Two of Britain’s biggest energy suppliers are accelerating the drive towards greener vehicles by pledging to replace their existing fleet of vans with...

Ethical investing: a solar scheme with the power to change lives

Fight the climate crisis and earn a return of 5% at the same time, plus enjoy a guarantee on your investment. That’s the offer...

'Biggest compliment yet': Greta Thunberg welcomes oil chief's 'greatest threat' label

Activists say comments by Opec head prove world opinion is turning against fossil fuelsGreta Thunberg and other climate activists have said it is...

Five Turner winners call on National Portrait Gallery to cut ties with BP

Five winners of the Turner prize are demanding an end to BP’s sponsorship of the National Portrait Gallery, stepping up the campaign against...

Aramco's $2tn flotation is back on, says Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has reignited plans for a $2tn mega-float of its state oil company, Aramco, just months after putting on hold the biggest...

Carbon capture schemes urged to be more ambitious

A project in north-west England to capture carbon dioxide from a gas plant and use it to make sodium bicarbonate for pharmaceuticals is...