Energy prices expected to heat up next summer

The price cap is set to rise by 14% to £1,455, new analysis finds

Power prices predicted to keep burning in winter!

High gas prices are the main driver of this price hike that is not likely to abate any time soon, new research concludes

Merchant onshore wind is ‘unviable and will not lead to mass capacity’

A new report claims fully merchant onshore wind is not financially worthwhile for investors

Power prices for SMEs climb to record levels

Prices in the second quarter of the year reached the highest level since 2012

Two-thirds of UK homes ‘signed up to green energy suppliers’

The number of homes with green tariffs has jumped from less than 20% in 2017, according to a new research

Winter is coming again for energy bills!

Analysts predict default tariff price cap is set to increase by more than £100 a year this winter

CfD scheme set to add 6.8GW of renewable capacity in the UK

The first three months of 2021 saw operational capacity under the CfD scheme rise to 5.6GW

Great Britain’s pipeline for renewable and battery projects skyrockets to 86GW

Nearly 13.5GW of pipeline capacity is currently classified as ‘application submitted’ waiting planning approval, new report suggests

Industry responds to Ofgem’s new price cap

Ofgem announced a new price cap today – but what does the energy industry think?

Small suppliers go big in business energy market

A new report finds the collective gas market share by non-large suppliers has grown from 17.0% in October 2005 to 56.2% in October 2020