Emily Winterbotham / May 20, 2016
Could outrage about the electricity line bring down the country's government?
Simon Taylor, Bronwen Maddox / April 21, 2016
Hinkley Point C is an expensive gamble—especially for the customers
Daniel Walker-Nolan / March 30, 2016
It’s a step in the right direction—but the headline measure needs careful management
Malcolm Grimston / March 22, 2016
"The market is simply not able to send firm signals to investors"
Ed Davey / November 18, 2015
With HMT holding the energy policy pen, we are in big trouble
Jonathan Derbyshire / November 9, 2015
Targeted price support to the poorest households will help
Daniel Walker-Nolan / November 3, 2015
Can’t switch, won’t switch
The recent British Academy debate in Swansea, held in conjunction with Prospect, addressed the complex question of how the current generation can generate energy without damaging the environment for...
John Browne / October 14, 2015
Ditch the quarterly report and get executives to pick up a book instead
Jane Davidson / September 17, 2015
The four countries of the UK now have very different energy consenting powers