UN’s Damilola Ogunbiyi receives EI President’s Award

The award is given to an individual who provides solutions to global energy challenges that combat climate change

Shell posts highest profits in 115 years

The energy giant made record profits driven by its gas division

Shapps “horrified” by findings of investigation over British Gas forced prepay meters

Britain’s largest energy supplier has reportedly been sending debt collectors to vulnerable customers to install prepayment meters to recover debt

Britons ‘overpaid £7.2bn on energy bills over two years’

A new report has found that the UK and Italy have paid the highest gas spot prices during the period of energy crisis

Water regulator calls on companies to support struggling customers

Water bills will follow the upward trend of other costs and will add an extra £31 to a typical household’s utility bills

‘For net zero aviation, $1tn in carbon offsets is needed’

That’s if travellers and airlines don’t change the current rate of flights, a report has found

Octopus urges Ofgem to reduce costs for non-debit customers

Almost five million homes that are paying by cash, cheque or card are being charged more on their bills

Nearly 12m British homes spend more than 10% of income on energy bills

Calls to suppliers’ centres for additional energy bill support have risen by 300%, the chief of Energy UK has said

National Gas launches with new vision

National Gas has left National Grid to forge its own path – what does this mean?

US homes ‘disconnected more than 4.2m times in first ten months of 2022’

US Utilities have disconnected customers an estimated 5.7 million times since 2020, new study finds