EDF Renewables has announced today that it will build a "mystery" wind farm in Scotland as part of a new multi-million deal with supermarket giant Tesco to provide power in the UK.
The energy supply and credit balances of the 134,000 customers of now-defunct Toto Energy will remain unaffected after the industry regulator appointed EDF Energy to take them on.
Nuclear energy may have a limited future in the UK if the Labour party gets into power.
The energy sector gender pay gap (GPG) remained relatively high last year thanks in part to the traditionally male-dominated oil and gas sector – but the changing nature of employment could offer the chance to change that.
The UK Government's net zero plan is "negligent at best, vindictive and cruel at its worst", according to the boss of one of the UK's biggest trade unions.
Britain’s plan to revitalize its aging nuclear energy infrastructure is likely to take a hit if Brexit jeopardizes a crucial supply of welders.
Crunch talks have been held in the hope of securing a major Scottish wind farm project for Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab).
Industrial services firm Altrad said its half-year results showed its efforts to integrate companies acquired in recent years had been a “tremendous success”.
The new multibillion-pound Hinkley Point C nuclear power station has reached its biggest milestone with completion of the base for the first reactor.
Households across the country have seen a combined £1.2 billion added to energy bills thanks to 42 price rises in the six months since the Government's flagship price cap was supposed to end rip-off bills, new research has found.
Trade unions fighting to save Fife’s mothballed BiFab yards have announced plans for high-level talks with energy giant EDF Renewables.
Big Oil wants to put a box in your hall closet that works like a human brain, can cut the lights, stop the refrigerator and will know how you move about in the privacy of your home better than you do.
Overall satisfaction with energy suppliers has fallen for the second year running after customers were battered by price rises and nine small firms collapsed, according to a survey.
Footage has been released of cracks found inside a reactor at a nuclear plant in Scotland.
More than a million energy customers on EDF's standard variable tariff face a 10% price increase from April 1.
Consumers are increasingly switching to small and medium sized energy providers and shunning the "Big Six", according to new figures.
Shell could be about to re-enter the UK offshore wind marketplace, according to the firm's renewable energy chief.
The Big Six energy suppliers have seen profits fall for the first time since 2014 as customers flock to smaller competitors, but more than half of households remain on poor-value default deals, the regulator said.
The latest threat to the dominance of Britain’s six biggest energy suppliers is coming from small technology companies that automatically switch consumers to the cheapest deal.
The latest British Gas price hike follows similar recent rises from other suppliers affecting millions of households.
EDF Energy is to pay out £350,000 after missing its target to install smart meters for customers last year, Ofgem has announced.
Blundering wind farm bosses could be hit with a convoy bill of up to £180,000 after ordering turbine parts in the wrong size.
Millions of energy customers have been urged to switch suppliers or at least tariffs to save more than £400 a year before the latest round of price hikes comes into effect.
Scotland’s largest in-development offshore wind farm has been sold by its Irish owner to French energy giant EDF. The £1.8 billion Neart Na Gaoithe (NNG) array off Fife Ness is one of the largest ever to be brought forward in Scotland and physical construction of the array is due to begin imminently.
Scottish Renewables chief executive Claire Mack said yesterday that the "general uncertainty" caused by Brexit isn't good for the Scottish renewable energy sector, but that the industry is "by no means the worst off".