Bulb officially enters into special administration

Energy Minister has announced that the administrators will now take temporary charge of the energy supplier

“North Sea oil and gas production is still vital”

Oil and Gas Authority Chairman said North Sea exploration can ensure a successful energy transition to net zero

Government unveils ‘biggest in a generation’ investment in tidal power

The government will invest £20 million every year in tidal stream electricity

Nigeria ‘first major developing nation’ to set carbon budgets

Africa’s most populous country has made the move following its pledge to achieve net zero by 2060 at COP26

UK sets out plan to cut emissions from government buildings

The guidance will help public sector understand how to adopt low carbon technologies

‘No country has met its people’s needs without overusing natural resources for 30 years’

Every nation has abused planetary boundaries to meet its citizens’ needs, a new study claims

Three days left to save the future of the UK tidal stream energy, consortium warns

Businesses call on the government to include ring-fenced support in the upcoming CfD scheme

What to do if you’re a Bulb Energy customer

The supplier has been placed into special administration – but what does this mean and how will it affect existing customers?

UK declares war on plastic!

Plastic plates, cutlery, wet wipes, tobacco filters, sachets and single-use cups could soon be banned in England

Hydrogen storage project in Glasgow gets £9.4m government boost

The grant will support the ‘UK’s largest’ electrolyser that will store and produce hydrogen for transport