U.K's Nuclear Future Fades as Hitachi Exit Follows Toshiba
Trade Who Racked Up $115 Million Losses Had People Trading on His Behalf
Green Power Becomes Gold Dust for Europe's Utility Investors
Centrica Slumps Most in a Year as Price Cap to Cut Profit
Russia’s $11 Billion Natural Gas Pipeline Is Primed to Fuel Europe
Drax to Buy U.K. Plants From Iberdrola in Shift Away From Coal
Can the Electricity System at the Heart of Europe Really Fail?
Goldman Says Europe May Have Built Its Last Coal Power Plant
Aas Lost Millions on Nordic Power, But Others Had Similar Bets
How a Star Power Trader Could Clear Own Trades and Lose Millions
The market movement last Monday could be characterized as a true Black Swan event, says Nasdaq.
Probe Pledged on Why Nordic Power Whale Able to Clear Own Trades
Nordic Power Whale's Losses on Nasdaq Another Blow to Exchange
Nordic Power Whale Booted Off Exchange After $117 Million Loss
Big Six U.K. Energy Suppliers to Shrink to Five as Merger Passed
Years After Death Call by EON CEO, Carbon Is Alive and Kicking
Wind Turbines Take a Break Just as Hot Weather Hits Europe
Negative Power Prices? It's Not Actually That Bad, RWE CFO Says
National Grid Signs Deal for Potential Sale of 25% Cadent Stake
Coal is increasingly losing out to renewables in U.K.
National Grid forecasts possible deficit in gas supply, as storm Emma brings fresh snowfall across Britain.