Thames Water secures £750m cash injection

The water supplier has warned, however, it needs an additional £2.5 billion in equity funding in the coming years to support its turnaround and future growth plans

Government prepares for Thames Water collapse concerns

Officials are reportedly considering the adoption of a similar administration regime, akin to the one implemented during the collapse of Bulb, for Thames Water

‘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

Thames Water appoints advisors to tackle £14bn debt

The water supplier has reportedly selected advisors to explore financing options for the company

Failed supplier ‘collapsed after bp called in debts’

bp allegedly sought repayment of £52.8 million debt before the supplier exited the market

Almost half of families with kids set to go into debt with new energy price cap

New research reveals the hike in energy bills is affecting double the amount of families with children, compared to those without

Energy firms use ‘threatening tones’ to receive money owed to them

Some energy suppliers “incorrectly” or “prematurely” involved debt collection agencies, according to Ofgem

Pandemic pushes ‘600,000 more energy customers into debt’

The average amount owed by those who haven’t come to a repayment arrangement with their supplier stands at £760 for electricity and £605 for gas

Almost 13m UK households ‘owed £1.7bn by energy supplier’

That’s according to new research from Uswitch, which notes as winter ends, 46% of households are due a refund from their energy provider

Sustainable debt issuance hit all-time high in 2019

That’s according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, which says it reached record levels of $465 billion, up 78% from $261.4 billion the previous year