Energy and Climate Change Secretary, Amber Rudd, yesterday announced plans to work with both Citizens Advice and Ofgem to address the issue of poor customer service in the energy sector.
Nations from around the world have been submitting their plans to help reduce carbon emissions and tackle climate change. The plans will form the centerpiece of negotiations that are to be held in Paris later this year.
Less than a week after Shell announced that it would be abandoning its Arctic oil drilling project in the Chukchi Sea, Italian oil company Eni has come forward saying their own plan to dig for oil in the Norwegian Arctic has got the full green light.
According to recent figures released by Citizens Advice, smaller energy companies are receiving some of the most complaints from customers across the UK, but what exactly does this mean?
The oil and gas company Shell has decided to halt its drilling operations in the Arctic. The news comes after an exploratory well yielded “disappointing” results when searching for resource deposits.
Greenpeace have carried out a study which claims that by 2030 Britain could produce 85% of its energy via renewable sources. However, in order to achieve this, there must be major structural changes to the energy production and distribution infrastructure.
EDF’s plan to build a nuclear reactor in Somerset has been frustrated from the offset with worries about the sky high costs and potential problems with the European Pressurised Reactor (EPR) design coming from various sides.
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has come out as condemning the government’s apparent indifference towards climate change that they claim is shown by their cutting of renewable energy subsidies.