Madeleine Albright alights on APR Energy

Fund set up by former US secretary of state targets power group

Innovative solutions required to meet rising electricity demand

Quick changes in thinking are called for if sector is to address its shortcomings

The new president of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Akinwumi Adesina is seen at the bank's headquarters in Abidjan, on September 17, 2015
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Energy deficit poses biggest threat to growth

New head of the African Development Bank explains his flagship project

Nuclear plants in ‘denial’ on hacking risk

Industry blind to dangers of cyber attacks, review warns

SpaceX and Tesla Motors founder and chief Elon Musk, pictured in 2013 in Los Angeles
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Musk’s SolarCity vows super solar panel

Company bets on rooftop energy with more efficient system

Flare boom nozzle and fire on offshore oil rig

Carney is wrong on our fossil fuels need

Central bankers use influence to make economy more stable, not create despair, writes Philip Lambert

Hinkley Point nuclear deal prospects rise

EDF chief confident Chinese partners will sign up to UK plant before Xi visit

Fracking company to woo SNP at conference

Ineos move to soften party opposition to gas drilling method

Ineos bids for Fridman’s North Sea fields

Chemicals giant in running for Russian billionaire’s assets

New Labour leader Jerermy Corbyn will tell the party conference: 'I love this country'

Corbyn drops plan to nationalise energy

Labour leader no longer aims to buy controlling stakes in big six

Hitachi to settle ‘improper payments’ case

Japanese group to pay $19m over power plant contracts

Utilita profits jump as customers join up

Energy supplier expands client households from 93,000 to 186,000

Growth in customer numbers costs Ovo

UK utility triples customers but losses widen to £37.3m

Country’s power sector ‘best in class’

Strong infrastructure is cited as a major attraction

Business attacks UK green energy U-turns

Failure of Drax carbon capture project follows string of bad news for renewables sector

China to announce carbon trading plans

XI Jinping is due to unveil cap-and-trade system in Washington

Drax deadheads White Rose

Group drops carbon capture plan amid doubts over UK policy

Drax pulls out of £1bn green energy plan

Government’s green U-turns are blamed for blow to £1bn scheme

Shell, BHP and GE to advise on climate change

New commission already under fire from campaigners

Investors shun £24bn nuclear project

Reactor design problems deter potential partners


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