German utility innogy offers €80k for acid attack information

CFO Bernhard Günther suffered ‘severe injuries’ after the incident in March this year

Smart meter rollout: Energy suppliers ‘fighting losing battle’

Consumer body Which? says they would need to triple the current rate of installing the smart technology to hit 2020 target

‘Majority of global firms to step up efficiency spending’

Johnson Controls says businesses want to reduce their carbon footprint, save money, boost energy security and enhance their reputation

Government launches £5bn energy investment portfolio

The Department for International Trade will promote the opportunities to investors in 108 countries

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Greg Clark: Electricity trilemma is coming to an end

The business and energy secretary believes cheap power ‘is now green power’

Centrica joins community energy blockchain trial in London

It is working with Verv to explore different billing methods to ensure customers receive clear and fair energy bills

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House of Lords: How is government preparing for energy Brexit?

A House of Lords Committee has written to Claire Perry MP regarding Brexit impacts on the energy and climate sectors

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Capacity Market suspension: What you should know

The government said the decision ‘poses no issues for our security of supply’ and is working to reinstate it ‘as soon as possible’

UK must halt Capacity Market payments after EU Court ruling

The European Court of Justice has suspended the scheme which means the UK cannot hold any auctions either until it receives clearance