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Westminster’s failed economic policy has deepened the challenge of sustainability and would see cuts for many years, says the Scottish Government.
TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said that ministers’ focus on green levies shows that the government is siding with energy companies over consumers.
The House of Lords has narrowly rejected a proposal for the UK to have decarbonised power stations by 2030.
The news that Ineos has reversed the decision to close the Grangemouth petrochemical site has been welcomed by the workforce and the local community.
Environmentalists have criticised David Cameron for his 'disingenuous' attempt to blame energy price rises on green levies.
Operation Noah will next week call on the UK Government to change the direction of its Energy Bill, which is currently going through parliament.
As part of the Stop Climate Chaos coalition, Christian Ecology Link (CEL) has announced that it is joining the “Energy We Can All Afford” campaign.
A new scheme will offer thousands of Methodist churches in Britain the chance to save money, time and energy on their electricity, gas and oil bills.
Environmentalists say MPs must struggle for a proper decarbonisation target and support for smaller generators to break the 'Big 6' energy deadlock.
A new Consumer Focus report says making the homes of low-income households more energy efficient will boost growth and create jobs.
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