2015 May news archive
The plan to create clean energy to last 120 years via a tidal lagoon in Swansea has sparked an environmental row in Cornwall.
New, bladeless wind turbines are more efficient than traditional ones, and are ready to come to market.
SSE’s managing director - Paul Smith - comments on the situation, and explains why the plant is being closed.
Recent figures from Citizen’s Advice show that Scottish Power is now not only the most complained about supplier in the UK energy market, but it has also tallied up the largest number of complaints - 1,163 per 100,000 customers - ever recorded by one supplier.
As the newly appointed UK climate secretary we take a look into her previous voting history on the issues surrounding climate change.
With the polls closed and the results in, the 2015 general election is over. The Conservative Party won a majority vote, meaning they’ll be staying in power for the next five years. But what does this mean for the energy market?
With the election being held tomorrow, it’s worth noting what each party plans to do in regards to domestic energy and the environment. Click to see outlines of the main pledges from each of the parties.