Collapse of 11 energy suppliers ‘could cost consumers £172m’

Citizens Advice estimates that is the total amount left behind by the failed energy suppliers

Rural renewables get £10m funding boost

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy says the money aims to help countryside communities install clean electricity, cut their bills and reduce emissions

Modern and digitalised energy system ‘hindered by poor quality and inaccurate data’

The Energy Data Taskforce has set out five key recommendations to modernise the energy system and drive it towards a net zero carbon future

Net Zero Carbon Taskforce launched in the UK

The announcement coincides with the government’s commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050

Triumph wheels in motion for future electric motorcycles

It is working with industry experts and academics for battery-powered solutions

Export tariff: Government seeks views on licence conditions for energy suppliers

It has launched a consultation which is open until 27th May 2019

Registration open for £60m CfD round

Projects will compete for a total capacity of 6GW for delivery years 2023/24 and 2024/25

Smart meter
Around 13.8 million smart and advanced meters in use across UK

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy recorded an 8% rise in deployment during the fourth quarter of 2018

MPs concerned about North Sea oil and gas clean-up costs to taxpayers

The Public Accounts Committee is calling on BEIS to ensure taxpayers are protected from the risk of footing the bill

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – BEIS targets SMEs to cut energy use

Haydn Young founder of the Energy Clubs says BEIS needs to reach all businesses to make a difference