innogy SE and SSE plc have agreed to merge innogy’s British retail business npower with SSE’s household energy and energy services business in Great Britain to form an independent British retail energy company.
Jankin Rooke Contracts explores the growing popularity of combined cycle gas turbines (CCGT) over traditional power generation plants.
Nearly two thirds of EU businesses expect to move some of their supply chains out of the UK because of Brexit, a new survey has found.
Britain could remain in the single market by offering to "modify" rather than completely abandon free movement rights, a report suggests.
One of the top bosses at Australian engineering services giant WorleyParsons has ruled out job cuts in its new UK North Sea operations.
A strike by workers at the Sellafield nuclear site is to go ahead after the company was accused of "going cold" on trying to reach a pay deal.
Nicola Sturgeon is being urged to show "global leadership" on climate change by stepping up Scotland's efforts to reduce emissions.
Politicians must develop a long-term strategy to create a commercial wave energy device to secure the future of wave power in the UK, researchers have said.
A panel of experts will debate the rising threat of cyber security, including ransomware 'Bad Rabbit'.
An Italian judge is expected to decide on December 20 whether to send oil majors Eni (ENI.MI) and Shell (RDSa.L) to trial over alleged corruption in Nigeria, two legal sources told Reuters news agency on Tuesday.
One in six people have changed jobs after experiencing "uncomfortable or inappropriate" behaviour in the workplace, a new study has found.
Around 175,000 manufacturing jobs could be created over the next decade under a "fourth industrial revolution" using advanced digital technology, a new report suggests.
Qatar's emir has warned against any military confrontation over the diplomatic dispute between his country and four other Arab nations, saying it would only plunge the region into chaos.
Millions of customers are planning to leave Big Six energy suppliers within a year for cheaper deals, greener energy or better customer service, a study reveals.
The number of visas granted for overseas businesses to open a branch in the UK fell by 11% last year, a study shows.
A mass switch to energy efficient LED street lights could save UK councils more than £200 million a year, campaigners have said.
Senior Conservative Party donors have said Theresa May should be prepared for a "no deal" Brexit rather than accepting an "unsatisfactory and unfavourable deal" that could cause divisions for another generation.
Virgin Group's Richard Branson has accepted a board position on large development projects in Saudi Arabia, according to media reports.
A police and crime commissioner (PCC) is seeking reassurances from the Government that central funding will be available if the cost of policing daily protests outside a controversial fracking site rises above a certain level.
Energy in 2016: short-run adjustments and long-run transition - Spencer Dale, group chief economist, analyses issues affecting demand and supply across fuel types around the world.
An Australian recycler with world-first recycling technology can turn old aircraft tires into bio jet fuel.
The number of businesses folding in Scotland has dropped by almost a quarter in the last year, new figures show.
Modern Energy Management (MEM) has won the project management services for development of the intertidal Tra Vinh windfarm.
Boris Johnson will urge Donald Trump to show the "far-sightedness" not to quit the Iran nuclear deal, arguing it illustrates the kind of "diplomatic imagination" that could solve the North Korea crisis.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has pledged to tackle what he called Japan's two national crises: the military threat from North Korea and an ageing and shrinking population.