Burning wholesale costs make energy supplier increase gas and electricity prices

Flogas boss said the increase and volatility in wholesale energy costs in recent months is “unprecedented”

British households ‘slashed 33m tonnes of CO2 during lockdown’

Gas and electricity consumption had the lion’s share of household emissions, according to new research

EU launches ‘toolbox’ of measures to tackle global energy price rise

It suggests priority should be given to rapidly mitigate the impact of price rises for vulnerable consumers and small businesses, however, the long term transition and investments in cleaner energy sources should not be disrupted

‘UK should double onshore wind to take bill pressure off customers’

The target could deliver a saving of £16.3 billion by 2030, RenewableUK suggests

Energy group CNG will reportedly stop supplying gas to its utility clients

The company is reportedly looking for bids for its commercial supply arm ‘within days’

Just one-in-six Brits ‘plan to improve home’s energy efficiency in next five years’

Only one in eight people in the UK confirm that the energy efficiency of their home was something they seriously considered when they bought it, according to new research

Sky-high energy bills ‘could deter older people from turning their heating on’

More than a million older households across the UK are already living in fuel poverty, according to Age UK

Two more collapses leave a quarter of a million energy customers behind

Pure Planet and Colorado Energy have gone bust

Trade body calls on government to scrap VAT on energy bills

Almost 76% of Brits support VAT cut on energy bills, according to new research

Ofgem ‘prepares for four more blasts’ in energy market

The energy regulator will reportedly activate again its Supplier of Last Resort process today