How solar panels could lower your energy bill
Solar panel
Energy

How solar panels could lower your energy bill

Solar-panel installation firms are reporting a four-fold increase in orders this year compared with 2021. Ruth Jackson-Kirby explains how solar can he…
14 Aug 2022
The energy price cap keeps rising - here is what you can do about it
Gas burner
Personal finance

The energy price cap keeps rising - here is what you can do about it

The energy price cap could hit £5,000 next year, even higher than expected, predicts energy consultancy Auxilione. Saloni Sardana explains what you ca…
12 Aug 2022
Three solar stocks to invest in
Solar
Renewables

Three solar stocks to invest in

This week, professional investor Nicholas Mersch of the HANetfS&P Global Clean Energy Select HANzero UCITS ETF tells us three solar stocks to invest i…
12 Aug 2022
Why complacent Germany needs to get a grip
Nuclear power station in Germany
EU Economy

Why complacent Germany needs to get a grip

The gas-supply crisis is merely the most conspicuous sign of the complacency and drift besetting Europe’s largest economy. Germany’s national business…
5 Aug 2022
Brace yourself for the return of rationing
Restaurant chef cooking
Economy

Brace yourself for the return of rationing

Russia is turning off the cheap energy. That is already leading to belt-tightening, says Matthew Lynn. Who will suffer most, and which sectors will th…
5 Aug 2022
Why now looks like a good time to invest in nuclear power
Energy

Why now looks like a good time to invest in nuclear power

Nuclear power has a terrible PR problem. But it has a vital role to play in energy security, to provide baseload power, and to reduce our carbon emis…
3 Aug 2022
Five London-listed stocks to play the coming oil shortage
Energy stocks

Five London-listed stocks to play the coming oil shortage

After peaking in June, the oil price has fallen back and oil companies have fallen out of favour with investors. But with supply predicted to outstrip…
15 Jul 2022
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How to invest in carbon capture and storage in the quest for net zero emissions
Renewables

How to invest in carbon capture and storage in the quest for net zero emissions

Switching to green energy is unlikely to be enough to get the world to “net zero”. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies will also play a key …
7 Jul 2022
Price of gas soars as Moscow turns off the taps
Gas

Price of gas soars as Moscow turns off the taps

As Russia cuts its gas exports to the EU, the price of natural gas continues to rise. Restricted supplies could see energy rationing and recession i…
6 Jul 2022
The transition to renewable energy is easier said than done
Renewables

The transition to renewable energy is easier said than done

We are on a path to “net zero” carbon emissions, says Edward Chancellor, but fossil fuels will be with us for some time yet.
4 Jul 2022
How to invest in copper, the most important metal in the world
Industrial metals

How to invest in copper, the most important metal in the world

As the world looks to electrify and try to move away from fossil fuels, copper looks set to be the biggest beneficiary. But how can you invest? Rupert…
30 Jun 2022
Why petrol prices are higher than in 2008, despite lower oil prices now
Inflation

Why petrol prices are higher than in 2008, despite lower oil prices now

The price of petrol is at an all-time high. Yet despite oil prices being higher in 2008, petrol was cheaper back then. Saloni Sardana explains why.
30 Jun 2022
Oil shortage starts to curb demand
Oil

Oil shortage starts to curb demand

The price of Brent crude oil is up by 475% since its March 2020 low. And when oil prices rise, people start to reduce consumption, leading to increas…
30 Jun 2022
What makes up the price of a litre of petrol?
Budget

What makes up the price of a litre of petrol?

The cost of filling up the average car with petrol has risen to over £100. But how is that cost made up? Saloni Sardana explains just what makes up th…
28 Jun 2022
The natural resources industry is in a tight spot – which is bad news for the rest of us
Commodities

The natural resources industry is in a tight spot – which is bad news for the rest of us

The natural resources industry is in a bind. We need it to produce more energy and metals, but it has been starved of investment, plagued by supply ch…
20 Jun 2022
Get ready for the coming oil glut
Oil

Get ready for the coming oil glut

Investors are assuming that energy prices will stay high. History suggests the opposite, says Max King
20 Jun 2022
Here’s why you should consider investing in Glencore
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Here’s why you should consider investing in Glencore

Fifteen years ago, commodity trading giant Glencore was at its lowest ebb. But it has turned its fortunes around, and its future has rarely looked bri…
17 Jun 2022
As oil prices surge, should you buy BP shares?
Energy stocks

As oil prices surge, should you buy BP shares?

The imbalance between supply and demand has sent the oil price surging, bringing bumper profits to oil giant BP. Rupert Hargreaves looks at the numbe…
14 Jun 2022
Why are energy prices going up so much?
Energy

Why are energy prices going up so much?

UK energy prices are going through the roof – and not just here. They are rising all around the world. Saloni Sardana explains what’s going on.
14 Jun 2022
How to profit from high oil prices
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How to profit from high oil prices

The price of oil looks set to remain high for the foreseeable future - and could yet go a lot higher as demand outstrips supply. Rupert Hargreaves pic…
10 Jun 2022
Oil price keeps rising despite Opec+ production rise
Oil

Oil price keeps rising despite Opec+ production rise

The price of oil reached $120 a barrel this week, despite Opec+ saying it would raise production by 648,000 barrels a day.
8 Jun 2022
Think the oil price is high now? You ain’t seen nothing yet
Oil

Think the oil price is high now? You ain’t seen nothing yet

The oil price has been on a tear in recent months. Dominic Frisby explains why oil in fact is still very cheap relative to other assets.
1 Jun 2022