UK Government suspends competition laws to tackle fuel shortages

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has activated the Downstream Oil Protocol following the recent supply chain issues at petrol stations and consumers panic-buying fuel

Octopus chosen to take on failed Avro Energy’s 580,000 customers

Energy supplies will continue as normal for the customers and any outstanding credit balances, including money owed to both existing and former domestic customers, will be honoured

Ecotricity boosts offer to Good Energy shareholders by 18% in takeover attempt

Good Energy has labelled the bid ‘hostile’ and claims it is an ‘unfit owner with an unsuitable plan’

Drivers warned to ‘keep a quarter of a tank of fuel’ amid rocketing gas prices and closed petrol stations

bp said it is prioritising the deliveries it is making to ensure that it keeps fuel at priority sites such as motorway service stations

‘UK must pay £33bn per year in climate finance to make up for its historic emissions’

That’s the claim from a new report that states 1.5% of the UK’s GNI should be committed to developing countries to account for its role in climate change

UK drivers agree EV taxes should be raised

A new study reveals that 87% of British motorists agree that the possible £40bn of fuel tax losses need to be recouped as EV adoption rockets

Energy consultancy offers jobs to employees of collapsed supplier Green

The roles on offer include Lead Generators and Energy Consultants

Glasgow launches £30bn ‘Greenprint for Investment’ portfolio

The projects include a £10 billion home energy retrofit scheme and district heating network that will harness the power of the River Clyde

Administrators of Utility Point confirm redundancies for its staff

The supplier ceased to trade on 14th September, following the closures of other firms People’s Energy, PfP Energy, MoneyPlus Energy

UKEF targets net zero emissions by 2050

The export credit agency has committed to making all of its £50 billion capacity carbon-neutral by 2050 on a net basis