Energy

Lord Stern’s new tract on global warming will help his Green allies to build their latter-day Tower of Babel, but renewables are irrelevant to megacities

The costly and impractical Climate Change Act was nodded through by a lazy Commons and has been rendered obsolete by the oil price collapse

British policy is not rooted in economic reality but dictated by the Green Blob. It is time to break a consensus that is costing us dear  

The PM can’t cut subsidies on renewables without splitting the Coalition. But how else can he trump Miliband’s price freeze?

Foolhardy government assumptions about fuel prices are making a transition to clean technology needlessly expensive

A tax windfall from fracking in the North East would merely delay the inevitable day of reckoning for a bloated public sector

Blinded by climate change dogma, the government seems determined to play down the Lancashire shale gas bonanza

The global price of gas should be falling, but our “greenest ever” government is busy driving up the cost of heating our homes

Americans oppose the use of global warming to justify government intervention. Can a Republican candidate attack the consensus?

The climate change cause is a vehicle for world government, social control and Western self-flagellation