Today's agreement demonstrates that the U.K. and China want to accelerate this shift to low carbon and are committed to greater collaboration on energy markets and low carbon technologyLondon, Beijing target low-carbon growth Jan 11, 2011
Offshore wind not only provides clean, green, secure energy, the investment that comes with it is great for the U.K. economy, tooLondon approves 230 MW wind farm Feb 10, 2011
Offshore wind not only provides clean, green, secure energy, the investment that comes with it is great for the British economy tooEon to build fifth U.K. offshore wind farm Feb 15, 2011
It was absolutely essential that we got a grip on the public finances, as otherwise we would have remained in the danger zoneLondon defends energy taxes May 05, 2011
The uncomfortable truth is Britain's consumers are being buffeted by the violent and unpredictable winds of global fossil fuel pricesBritain's 'fuel poverty' rises to 5.5M Jul 18, 2011
Christopher Murray Paul-Huhne, generally known as Chris Huhne (/ˈhjuːn/, born 2 July 1954) is a Liberal Democrat politician and cabinet minister, who is the current Member of Parliament for the Eastleigh constituency in Hampshire. He was appointed Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change following the 2010 general election.
He has twice run for the leadership of the Liberal Democrats but was beaten on both occasions. In the 2006 election he came second to Sir Menzies Campbell and in the 2007 election he narrowly lost to Nick Clegg.
Huhne was born in an affluent section of west London to businessman Peter Paul-Huhne and amateur actress, Ann Muray, who had been the voice of the Speaking clock. He was educated at the fee-paying Westminster School. His family name was Paul-Huhne and he was known all through his school years as Christopher Paul-Huhne. At Oxford, he simplified his name to "Chris Huhne".