Arrival’s Founder stepping down as Chief

The EV maker’s stocks have plunged by 95% since it joined the New York market

EV maker Arrival ‘could go bust next year’

UK jobs could be cut to keep the company afloat

Britishvolt secures funding to evade collapse

The EV battery maker has bagged investment from Glencore and others to keep the business running

‘More than 75k firms face collapse without energy bill support’

A new report states that government support for businesses is critical for their survival this winter

Ofgem rejects Alaska Energy’s application for supplier licence

The company, whose registered office is in Glenfield, Leicestershire, submitted an application to the regulator for a supplier licence in October 2021

‘New energy models can stop utilities going bust’

Only 22% of energy companies are looking at new energy business models but a new report suggests this could be critical to stop them being wiped out

Searches for ‘can’t pay bills’ jump by 1,300% amidst energy crisis

Following Bulb entering special administration, Google searches for help with paying energy bills have skyrocketed, a new report has found

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?

Ofgem announces Shell Energy Retail to take on GOTO Energy customers

Following GOTO Energy going bust, the energy regulator has moved its 22,000 customers to Shell Energy Retail

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