Ofgem: “Inability to afford rising bills, a matter of life and death”

Jonathan Brearley has said further price increases will come later this year

Industry responds to the Queen’s Speech

The government will bring forward an Energy Bill to deliver the “transition to cheaper, cleaner and more secure energy” – but what does the industry think?

Queen’s Speech lays out Energy Bill

The pursuit of cheaper, cleaner and more secure energy has been put at the heart of the government’s plans

Rishi Sunak hints at new measures to ease pain from soaring energy bills

The Chancellor has said the government will do what it can to ease the cost of living crisis

More action to tackle rising energy bills is needed by July, says ScottishPower boss

Keith Anderson said bills are likely to go up by nearly another £1,000 for millions of households in October

Households’ energy bills could be pushed to £2,800 a year, warns Bank of England

Higher prices would mean a 40% rise in the price cap in October, according to the bank’s Monetary Policy Committee

Nearly 36% of people with cancer ‘wear coats indoors to save on energy bills’

A new survey reveals that hundreds of thousands of cancer patients simply ‘can’t afford life’ as the cost-of-living crisis bites

Government to support energy-intensive sectors hit by soaring bills

The Chancellor is set to announce the extension of the existing “energy-intensive industries compensation scheme”

A quarter of customers ‘are in debt to their energy supplier’

The amount of money households owe to their energy suppliers has doubled in a year to reach £1 billion, according to a report

Householders warned they might have to wait until September to receive energy rebate

Some local authorities have hinted some payments could be delayed