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Hinkley nuclear plant put back five years
The £14bn facility will be developed by 2030 – originally, the government had said it would be built by 2025

Coalition must capitalise on green policies
Vince Cable has told Liberal Democrats that the government must do more to realise the economic benefits of greener policymaking

Tories unite against 'resented' turbines
Tory and Lib Dem ministers are at loggerheads over whether the government should be backing onshore wind power or helping communities fight plans for more turbines.

Energy Bill 'a path to low-carbon economy'
Energy minister Ed Davey tells MPs that his new Bill represents the ''biggest transformation of Britain's electricity market since privatisation''

''Landmark'' agreement reached on energy
But Labour calls it a humiliating failure by the Liberal Democrats and a betrayal by David Cameron


Ed DaveySo just what does the future hold for fracking?
The Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey has delivered a lengthy written ministerial statement on exploration for shale gas. Here is the full text...

Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey''These energy reforms are good news for consumers and are long overdue''
In a speech to the CBI, the Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey said the forthcoming Energy Bill would unlock billions in energy infrastructure investment while cutting emissions and keeping bills affordable

Kerswell to drive civil service reform
Meanwhile, Stephen Kelly takes over Ian Watmore's efficiency role in the latest batch of appointments and changes among key figures in the public sector