Whether by accident or design, the government has drastically improved the economics of keeping our outdated coal fleet open.
Tag Archives: Ed Davey
Chuka Ummuna’s statement last night puts pressure on the coalition to stop taxpayers’ money being used to fund fossil-fuel energy, writes Joss Garman.
People are right to still be concerned about fracking.
London Mayor Boris Johnson and energy secretary Ed Davey must do more to ensure Londoners aren’t left out in the cold by rocketing energy bills.
Energy secretary Ed Davey insisted he was “in charge” of coalition energy policy last night., following the row with energy minister John Hayes.
Today, it was DECC’s turn to look like DOSAC with the Secretary of State slapping down his junior minister over wind farms.
The risk remains that the UK’s efforts on climate change could still be sabotaged by too much fossil fuel burning, and not enough renewable energy.
Following Ed Davey’s op ed today in Politics Home, Will Straw looks at whether the Liberal Democrats have already caved on a 2030 decarbonisation target.
Alex Hern reports on the quiet failure by KPMG to release a report which, they claim, makes the case for gas power over wind turbines.
David Miliband & Ed Davey have challenged William Hague on Tory EU policy, arguing that a Conservative government would lessen British influence in the world.