‘Number seeking help with energy bills jumps by 112%’

More than 32,400 people required help with energy debts during the first four months of 2023

Scotland triples fuel insecurity fund

The Scottish government has expanded the fund to provide more support to households struggling with energy costs

Ofgem drives up energy industry standards for better customer service

Dedicated phone lines will be established by energy suppliers in the UK to cater to vulnerable households

Switch on! Energy switches hit record highs since 2021 supplier exodus

Energy supplier switching hit a new high last month with households and SMEs completing 176,000 switches, the largest number since the collapse of dozens of suppliers in late 2021

Putin sparks gas price fears for winter

Russia’s Gazprom has issued a warning about winter gas supplies

More Brits using alternative fuels for their homes will be handed a £200 boost

The government has decided to extend the Alternative Fuel Payment

Scottish wind farm launches £300k fund for vulnerable residents

The fund will provide heating assistance to vulnerable residents in Dalry, North Ayrshire who are struggling to pay their bills

Hospitality businesses face ‘extortionate exit fees’ as energy prices surge, Ofgem told

Night-time Economy Adviser for Greater Manchester has called on Ofgem to launch an investigation into the providers who are charging “exorbitant prices” for gas and electricity

Electricity grid workers put down their picket signs after accepting offer

Around 1,300 electricity grid workers in London and the South East and East of England have cancelled their planned pay strikes

‘Low income households face £200+ energy bill shortfall’

Low income households in the UK are set to face an average shortfall of £209 on their energy bills this financial year due to the ending of additional government support schemes