How a shuttered London Underground station became a model for green energy

A groundbreaking new facility will power 550 homes with excess heat from public transport.

The mountain in North Wales that tried to stop the UK’s blackout

The magnetic mountain. One for the 1930s poetry fans, there.

The case for solar energy in London

Bring me sunshine.

Households with solar panels are “effectively providing a subsidy to the commercial energy market”

A Labour member of the London Assembly calls for reform of renewable energy policy.

Seven climate change myths put about by big oil companies

Well, they would, wouldn’t they.

Why does Britain struggle to build power plants?

Blame the project managers.

London is missing out on the solar revolution

There could be solar panels on top of supermarkets, car parks, public buildings, and schools.