European coal use fell during the first half of this year, according to an analysis of the latest Eurostat figures for Energydesk.
Hard coal use - including lignite - dropped by 8% during the first six months of 2013, compared to the same period last year - though EU coal use remained high relative to EU climate objectives.
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The government has allocated funds for two years to pay for reforms designed to reduce bills by switching some elements of it's insulation programmes to government spending.
The UK's bit six energy companies maintained their profit margins last year - according to thelatest data from the regulator Ofgem.
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Tory party HQ has been hit by an IT catastrophe. Suddently all the speeches from their pre-2010 hug a husky/hoody days have been deleted from their systems. Not only their own systems, in fact, but all trace of them appears to have vanished from the web.
The rich nation's energy think-tank, the International Energy Agency (IEA), has published its latest assessment of the future of the world’s energy markets. Here are five charts that explain why 74% of the world's untapped oil must stay untapped.
As COP19 gets fired up, so do Poland's 56 power plants. And a dozen more are planned, despite the implications for climate change.