Ofgem launches investigation into non-domestic energy supplier

The energy regulator will investigate BES for potential overcharging of customers without contracts

“Net zero changes could cost households up to £8bn”

Policy changes announced yesterday by the Prime Minister could potentially cost households up to £8 billion in higher bills over the next decade, according to a new report

UK smashes low carbon electricity record with wind power

On Monday 18th September, the UK achieved a new low carbon intensity record of 27g/kWh, according to new data

Fresh call for action as energy bills soar

A dire warning has been issued to the government, stating that the situation is in a perilous state unless it promptly addresses the looming fuel poverty crisis

Electric drones soar above North Sea oil rigs

Skyports Drone Services and Equinor have joined forces for a two-month trial of electric drone deliveries to oil installations in the North Sea

‘Bailiffs employ dogs to intimidate’ customers during PPM installations

Customers subjected to the installation of forced prepayment meters often experienced intimidation, including instances where bailiffs brought dogs to customers’ homes, according to a research by Ofgem

Energy crisis puts business net zero goals at risk

Nearly 80% of energy firms have expressed concerns that the crisis will impede their emission reduction strategies, according to a new report

National Grid’s winter blackout prevention scheme returns

The electricity system operator has announced the return of its Demand Flexibility Service, allowing homes and businesses to earn rewards by adjusting energy usage

RWE wins Gulf lease for US offshore wind

The energy giant aims to build a capacity of up to 2GW for fixed-bottom offshore wind energy at a location situated 44 miles away from the Louisiana coastline

Is Octopus about to snatch Shell Energy’s customers?

Reports indicate that Octopus Energy is in advanced discussions to acquire Shell’s household energy customer base