Deregulation threatens to break up Japanese energy monopolies

Changes to the sector could create a Y10tn market

Iran nuclear talks edge closer to agreement

Delegates adamant that resolution with Tehran will be substantial

Gas price rise fears as UK storage cut

Centrica limits North Sea storage due to integrity of the wells

Centrica discloses chief’s pay

Iain Conn could earn up to £6.3m a year in salary and bonuses

Subsea cable to bring Norway power to UK

Link stretching 730km across North Sea to open by 2021

Hungary bows to EU on nuclear fuel deal

Orban government halves length of Russian supply contract

Trafigura hits at European trading rules

Commodity traders and energy groups seek Mifid II concessions

Coastal erosion at Birling Gap, East Sussex
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National Trust battles climate change

Charity to spend £1bn over 10 years securing properties

BHP chief: stop saying gas is cleaner

Mackenzie calls for energy and mining groups to unite to improve carbon capture

Europe sees first eclipse of solar power era

Continent plunged into partial darkness but no impact on electricity supplies

Favourable tide for hydroelectric lagoons

Talks could see Swansea scheme receive taxpayer support

Energy ideas too crazy for US private cash

Arpa-E has rare bipartisan backing to use government funds

GE wins time to address EU Alstom fears

Brussels concerned $17bn merger could cut turbine competition

Enel pledges to tackle climate change

Greenpeace backs utility as it phases out new coal investments

UK renewables: price discovery

Life becoming tougher for solar and wind energy producers

Areva’s new boss promises strategy shift

Philippe Knoche says struggling nuclear group will focus on component supply not big projects

Energy companies pledge billions of dollars of Egypt investment

Fragile stability lures investors

Fortum sells Swedish grid for €6.6bn

Sale allows Finnish group to move out of power distribution

Miliband pledges 10% cut in energy bills

Ofgem would be given the power to order price reductions

Global carbon emissions stall in 2014

First non-recession halt to CO2 growth for 40 years

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