It would level the playing field and promote equitable access to low-carbon energy for all.
And it’s because France had to shut many of its nuclear plants.
An influential group of the UK prime minister’s own backbenchers want more wind farms.
A third of people we surveyed incorrectly thought there was a £2,500 cap on energy bills.
There never was a ‘maximum bill of £2,500’.
A successful marketing campaign helped gas become a cornerstone of domestic life by the 1970s.
Financial turmoil will make it harder to invest in climate action on a massive scale.
A state-owned start-up to promote renewables must be only a first step towards energy justice.
Fracking resonates with anxieties over deindustrialisation and decarbonisation.
Britain was once sat on huge gas reserves, but most of it leaked away long ago.
Gas that is burned now to replace German coal or French nuclear, is gas that cannot be stored for the winter ahead.
Energy rationing is possible but unlikely.
An energy expert compares the political party policies.
The cap prevents energy retailers from making excessive profits, but places no restrictions on other parts of the supply chain.
The new energy security strategy still doesn’t take energy efficiency seriously.
Failure to make the most of Britain’s abundant renewables will mean a costly and unreliable energy supply.
The UK government sees a reliable and low-carbon solution to future energy crises in nuclear power.
The Nationals have tried to link the UK energy crisis to its net-zero climate target. But as an expert advisor to the International Energy Agency tells us, the two are unrelated.
Hydrogen isn’t very efficient, but it fits many business models.
Per capita electricity use was higher in the 1970s than today.