UK Government shares tips to cut energy bills

Consumer champion Dom Littlewood is backing the ongoing ‘It All Adds Up’ campaign by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, aiming to help UK households save money on energy bills

£150 energy bill discount alert for low incomes

Low income households across Britain, eligible for the Warm Home Discount, are encouraged to secure a £150 rebate on their energy bills

Ofgem adds five new non-executive directors

Five new non-executive directors have been announced to join Ofgem, ss part of the government’s effort to bolster consumer protection

Government delays decision on UK’s largest solar farm proposal

The government has postponed its decision on the development consent order for the Sunnica Energy Farm, extending the deadline from 28th September to 7th December

Energy industry veteran chosen as next Ofgem Chair

Mark McAllister has served as Chair of the Office for Nuclear Regulation

‘UK’s current energy retail market cannot deliver net zero grid’

Government launches call for evidence to reform energy retail market, but experts caution that additional measures are required to safeguard vulnerable individuals struggling with unaffordable energy bills

UK unleashes overhaul of energy retail market

The government has urged suppliers to submit ideas that would provide households with improved access to energy deals and greater control over their energy usage

Fresh calls for energy pricing without standing charges

A minister, however, has acknowledged that changing standing charges would result in trade-offs

Energy intensive businesses urged to seize extra energy bill discounts

Consumer Energy Minister Amanda Solloway has called for eligible businesses to apply for the Energy Bills Discount Scheme before the impending deadline of 25th July

NI consumers await stolen energy voucher replacements

Consumers in Northern Ireland who have not received their vouchers, but find them already redeemed, are urged to report the issue to authorities as potential fraud or theft cases