Big East Anglia wind farm scaled back

Fresh blow to sector blamed on insufficient subsidies

Russia and Ukraine close to gas deal

EU-brokered agreement would end months-long standoff

Children play in a playground with views of a nearby drilling rig in Mead, Colo.
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Fracking: In the path of the ‘shale gale’

Divisions among Democrats in Colorado highlight how shale gas has become a toxic issue

Plants on paid standby to avoid blackouts

Emergency measure taken after faults cut supply

Ukraine attempts to break gas deadlock

Last-ditch talks with Russia as Kiev faces winter energy crisis

The National Grid, blackouts and UK energy

The lights are very unlikely to go out. But consumers will end up paying for an unnecessary failure of policy

EM countries lead growth of green energy

New clean energy use in 55 countries studied surges

Power storage group plans $1bn US plant

Alevo pitches cost-effective technology for electricity grids

Small-cap Week, October 25

Blur Group, Xeros Technology, Bloomsbury and Shanta Gold featured

Europe gas demand to stay weak, says IEA

Watchdog’s economist casts doubt over energy supplies

Hostility limits growth of fracking in Europe

Progress towards establishing whether the continent can follow in North America’s footsteps is at a snail’s pace

EU seeks alternative suppliers

As Europe’s biggest supplier of oil, coal and natural gas, Moscow has flexed its political and economic muscle. The continent is now learning to fight back

Clean energy proves a costly exercise for Germany

Businesses and consumers are paying a high price

Japan: Power switch weighs on Abe

Opposition to nuclear energy is growing but can the country afford to keep its reactors idled?

New heir apparent named for GDF Suez

Latest management change in the French energy sector

Russia slaps conditions on Ukraine gas

Fears energy stand-off could hit winter supplies to Europe

Europe needs will to build energy union

A row between France and Spain exposes the bloc’s inefficiency

Areva chief steps down citing ill health

French nuclear group had suffered weak first-half results

Didcot fire cuts UK generating capacity

Damage not expected to affect power supply

Energy policy should listen to the market

Politicians always think they know the answers – and leave consumers paying the price

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