energy

Instant Opinion: people ‘believe women lie about rape’
Cyprus rape case
In Depth

Instant Opinion: people ‘believe women lie about rape’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Wednesday 8 January
8 Jan 2020
Energy firms move offshore to prevent Labour power grab
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In Brief

Energy firms move offshore to prevent Labour power grab

National Grid and SSE open international holding companies to protect against nationalisation plans
25 Nov 2019
Smart meter roll-out: what went wrong
Smart meter
In Depth

Smart meter roll-out: what went wrong

Completion date for UK upgrade is pushed back four years amid technical problems
17 Sep 2019
US overtakes Saudi Arabia as world's No. 1 oil exporter
A flame torch at the Total refinery in Donges, western France
In Brief

US overtakes Saudi Arabia as world's No. 1 oil exporter

Trump administration actively pursuing ‘energy dominance’ regardless of what happens to oil prices
13 Sep 2019
What will energy nationalisation cost?
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In Brief

What will energy nationalisation cost?

Labour plans to take over gas and energy networks criticised by business groups
16 May 2019
UK signals shift from nuclear to renewables
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In Brief

UK signals shift from nuclear to renewables

Business Secretary says ‘economics of the energy market have changed significantly in recent years’
18 Jan 2019
Britain’s nuclear energy future in jeopardy
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In Brief

Britain’s nuclear energy future in jeopardy

Hitachi set to suspend work on £16bn reactor, leaving Hinkley Point as the only new UK plant still being built
15 Jan 2019

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