Energy industry reacts to Autumn Statement

Chancellor’s Autumn Statement faces criticism about geographical-based bill relief and perceived shortcomings in addressing fuel poverty

“Annual North Sea oil and gas licences: A distraction from energy security”

Experts have expressed concerns over the announcement of annual North Sea oil and gas licences, stating that this move may not enhance energy security or lower gas bills

Nearly 67% of Britons unaware gas boilers produce air pollution

Nearly 97% of the UK population is unaware of the proposed start date for the gas boiler phase-out, according to a new survey

Energy industry reacts to new energy price cap: Calls for urgent support

Experts have highlighted that energy bills for many individuals will stay significantly higher – about 80% more than two years ago

UK’s green power growth falls behind global peers

A new study reveals a 2.9% yearly increase in the UK’s renewable and nuclear electricity output from 2023 to 2030, positioning the country at the bottom among major economies

Backlash mounts against new UK oil and gas plan

The government’s confirmation of issuing hundreds of new oil and gas licences for the North Sea has sparked strong opposition due to climate concerns

UK industry bosses in talks for winter energy security

Ministers are expected to provide updates on energy strategies, including support for renewables and new oil and gas licences

Energy industry reacts to British Gas soaring profits

While Ofgem states that the energy retail sector’s profits are a one-off as suppliers recover from losses incurred during challenging times, campaigners are calling for greater support for consumers

‘UK private renters face £1.4bn cost from proposed energy efficiency delay’

More than 2.4 million privately rented homes in England might be hit by higher energy bills due to the delay in implementing Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards. according to a report

‘North Sea moratorium equals one offshore wind farm’

New analysis found that if new North Sea gas fields were halted, the reduction in gas production by 2030 would be equivalent to the electricity generated by a single offshore wind farm