Billpayers ‘could pay billions in extra nuclear plant decommissioning costs’

Seven power plants should have been decommissioned decades ago, according to a parliamentary committee report

EDF invests in UK heat pump installer CB Heating

The utility will offer its three million customers an end-to-end heat pump installation through CB Heating’s Heat Pump Installer Network

Hundreds protest against Sizewell C nuclear power station

Campaigners have claimed the development will have a significant negative impact on the local community

Millions of British homes ‘don’t meet insulation standards’

A study of 21 million homes has found more than half only meet the insulation standards of the 1970s

Construction starts for EDF’s first major solar project in the UK

The 49.9MW solar farm near Spalding in Lincolnshire is forecast to generate electricity for more than 9,800 homes

Will the UK coal plants get a second life to ease energy crunch?

EDF, Drax and Uniper have reportedly been asked to keep their coal-fired power stations open longer

Energy chiefs expect “severe impact on customers’ ability to pay”

Energy bosses have predicted that a “significantly larger” number of people will move into fuel poverty

EDF to deploy 3GW green hydrogen by 2030

It has set aside €3bn to finance this push

EDF doubles financial support for struggling customers to £10m

The energy giant has said that customer calls about debt soared by 41% year-on-year in winter

EDF consults on location for floating wind project

Gwynt Glas is expected to generate 1GW of renewable energy to power up to 920k homes