Investor of refused interconnector threatens to challenge government in courts

Ukrainian-born British businessman said he would also take legal action against the Trade Minister

Are British school classes filled with CO2?

Nearly one-in-eight schools and colleges have “too high” levels of carbon dioxide, according to a government survey

Firms call for government support amid soaring energy bills

Business groups warn that “without action, the UK economy will face even tougher time”

Water firms exiting the market to refund customers

New rules by Ofwat will see retailers return customers’ credit balances in the event of a failure

UK floating offshore wind floats better with £60m boost

The government has unveiled projects that will each be awarded up to £10 million

British Gas takes on 176k customers after Together Energy’s collapse

It is the sixth time in recent months that British Gas is appointed to take over customers of failed suppliers

Rumours for VAT cut on energy bills grow

The measure is reportedly “on the table” of government discussions about possible solutions for the energy crisis

‘Failed energy efficiency policy forces 9m homes to pay £170 more for heating’

Low rates of energy efficiency improvements are to blame for the current high impact of gas prices on bills, according to a new report

Meeting about OVO’s 1.7k redundancies branded as ‘disappointing’

MSPs raised concerns about the company’s intentions for “compulsory redundancies”

‘Nearly half a million homes on heat networks could be hit hard by gas prices’

The Heat Trust has urged the government to allow heat network operators to buy gas at the capped domestic tariff rates