The firm behind a Fife trial of hydrogen in homes has refused to release the findings of explosion testing because they could “undermine the project”.
Ferret Fact Service looks at the recent reduction in gas prices and why we won't see that reflected immediately in energy bills.
Tens of thousands of the poorest Scots households went without power for heating, hot water or light in the coldest months of last winter, new figures suggest.
As the energy crisis deepens, Glasgow's South Seeds energy advice service are trying to keep people connected to gas and electricity this winter.
The energy crisis has affected countries across Europe. Ferret Fact Service looks at the comparisons that are being made between the responses of different nations to the increase in bills.
Energy bills are predicted to rise again as the cost of living crisis continues to affect people across the UK.
The firm appointed as the special administrator of the failed energy company, Bulb, in a £1.7bn taxpayer funded bailout has links to tax havens, The Ferret can reveal.
The UK is missing out on "several hundred million pounds" in revenue due to cables from its offshore wind farms being owned in tax havens.
The Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament is considering an official complaint to Ofcom after Facebook blocked users from accessing the peace organisation’s website.