EU blocks Hyundai and Daewoo shipbuilding merger

The Commission found the merger between the two South Korean shipbuilders would reduce competition in the global market for the construction of large LNG carriers

Energy crisis brings price war to an end, says Utility Warehouse Chief

Andrew Lindsay said energy supplier collapses reflect a flawed policy of ‘competition at all costs’

Keeping price cap in place is “non-negotiable” for Kwasi Kwarteng

The Business and Energy Secretary reassured that the price cap will remain at the same level throughout winter

EU Commission approves Belgium’s electricity capacity mechanism

It will contribute to ensuring the security of electricity supply, especially as Belgium has decided to phase out all nuclear capacity by 2025

Ofgem consults on PayPoint’s commitments offered in energy prepayment market

The regulator had launched an investigation in August 2017 to examine whether PayPoint had abused a dominant position by using exclusivity clauses in its contracts with energy suppliers and retailers

UK competition watchdog launches market study into EV charging sector

It is considering how to ensure the sector works well for consumers now and in the future, which will help to build trust in the service and address any competition issues

Innovative tech for Britain’s local energy networks offered £70m

Network companies and partners can apply for funding to run the network infrastructure in a ‘smarter, cleaner and more flexible way’

Guest Blog: Michael Prager – Lessons from Lockdown: Embrace Sustainability

How to grasp the new normal by its horns and make it work for you.

Guest Blog: Michael Prager – Lessons from Lockdown: Work Collaboratively

How to grasp the new normal by its horns and make it work for you.

Floating wind tech winners to share a slice of £1m funding

Eight winners of a Scottish Government-funded floating wind competition have been announced, including businesses behind a 3D-printed anchor and a self-charging mooring line