One-in-four ‘stay without heating for whole day to save on bills’

Half of Brits have cut back on their electricity consumption, according to a new survey

European electricity consumption back to pre-pandemic levels

Consumption across Europe soared by 5%, according to a new report

EDF customer charged £336k for a month’s electricity bill

A school worker was reportedly asked to split it onto a three-year payment plan

Electricity prices are a barrier to decarbonisation, UK steel industry says

UK steel manufacturers currently pay 61% more for electricity than their competitors in Germany and 51% more than in France, new report finds

‘Renewables made up almost 46% of German electricity consumption in 2020’

The share of renewables increased by almost 4% compared to last year, according to a report

Hybrid solar/hydropower plants ‘could supply nearly half of global electricity consumption’

Floating solar panels on human-made US reservoirs could generate about 10% of the nation’s annual electricity production, according to new research

Indian distribution companies told to charge less due to pandemic

As per new orders, consumers in Maharashtra will continue to be billed at lower rates, even during peak summer months

Repsol to build ‘first large solar community’ in Spain

The new service aims to bring solar energy to urban masses by connecting ‘roofers’ with ‘matchers’

Weekday Irish electricity demand drops 20%

Electricity demand levels are also 254MW lower across the day over the same period last year

Advocates urge US Congress to halt electricity shut-offs

Utility-justice groups have also asked authorities to implement a waiver of late-payment fees and forgiveness of all bills for low-wealth households