The French Government could be set to split energy firm EDF in two, according to press reports.
A trade union has arranged a summit with major construction firms working in a nuclear project after it was revealed in a new report that gender equality could take up to 200 years in the sector.
Aberdeen-headquartered Wood has been made a special advisor for construction of the first UK nuclear power station to be built in more than 20 years.
Local authorities have warned they are "still not yet able to fully support" EDF Energy's plans for a new nuclear power plant in Suffolk.
EDF has reported a sharp drop in UK earnings last year as it lost 200,000 customers to rivals amid a "highly competitive" market.
Energy company EDF has rejected claims that it intends to 'retreat' from the the UK energy market due to Westminster government energy market policies.
EDF Energy has claimed that it was "excluded" from a Scottish Parliament meeting today on the future of its Hunterston nuclear power facility.
Developer EDF Renewables announced last night it has received Marine Scotland consent to adapt the design of the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) offshore wind farm.
Energy giant EDF Renewables is rumoured to be floating a substantial stake in the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) offshore wind farm.
Britain's energy watchdog is scrutinising suppliers over their complaints handling after finding more than half of customers remain unhappy with how grievances have been dealt with.
The new nuclear power station at Hinkley is on track for its next major milestone, two years after the final contract was signed, it has been announced.
A new government report published today has outlined the potential benefits of the EDF Energy Hinkley Point C nuclear plant, claiming a nearly 6000 job boom during construction.
Utility supplier EDF Energy has today announced a 6% price hike in customer bills with bosses saying they recognise it "will not be welcome".
Developers have abandoned plans to extend a controversial wind farm in Moray.
BMI Research group has released a report today which claims European oil and gas majors have already begun a push into the utilities space, both in terms of power generation and distribution.
New cracks have been discovered in the Hunterston B nuclear reactor in North Ayrshire raising concerns that it may not be safe to restart.
More than £863 million of taxpayer’s cash is being handed over by local authorities to the Big Six energy providers or oil giants as councils fail to switch to smaller providers, research has found.
The Scottish division of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has hit out against a study published today on the risk to seabirds through collision with offshore wind turbines, calling the findings a "very optimistic interpretation of data".
EDF Energy Renewables and EDF ENS UK are to come together under a new single banner title, EDF Renewables.
EDF Energy is to increase its standard variable electricity tariff by 1.4% - £16 a year - from June, affecting around 1.3 million customers.
Sustainable energy body, Scottish Renewables, has announced today the appointment of a new chairman and vice-chairman.
Hundreds of workers on the site of the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station are staging a sit-in after a row over pay.
More than one in five energy customers are now with small and medium-sized suppliers as the “big six” see their market share fall to a record low, Ofgem figures show.
SSE and EDF Energy’s failed appeal to change industry rules has been criticised by a senior partner from energy regulator Ofgem.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has rejected an appeal by SSE and EDF Energy to pursue a change in industry rules on electric generation.