‘Nearly $883bn offshore wind investments on the brink’

New analysis indicates that $883 billion in pre-sanctioned offshore wind projects, accounting for 380GW, could be at risk in the next six years

Norfolk councils face soaring energy bills

Norfolk’s councils grapple with escalating energy costs, doubling for most and tripling for one, exacerbating existing budget deficits, according to a new report

Businesses urged to rethink energy strategies amid Red Sea unrest

Consultants suggest businesses rethink how they use energy due to conflicts in the Red Sea, recommending ways to save money and deal with uncertainties

UK power prices expected to remain high

Despite a 12% reduction in short term power market price forecast, average costs for 2024 are predicted to be £113 per MWh

TELCA 2023: And the winner is…

In a dazzling celebration of excellence and innovation, the Energy Live Consultancy Awards (TELCA) returned for its highly anticipated 2023 edition

“Energy price cap is no longer fit for purpose”

The energy sector has reacted to the anticipated price cap increase, highlighting that this will coincide with a challenging period for households

Ireland braces for soaring power prices in 2024

Irish power prices are predicted to increase in 2024 due to gas supply disruptions, according to a report

Energy price cap to stay above pre-pandemic levels for extended period

The price cap for a typical dual fuel, direct debit consumer is predicted to decrease to £1,860 in October and rise to approximately £1,960 in January 2024

Business energy consultancy falls into administration

Utility Bidder has been appointed to support the failed company’s customers

“Businesses in the dark about unlawful third-party broker payments”

A group legal action against major UK energy suppliers has been launched on behalf of businesses who were allegedly overcharged for gas and electricity via secret commission payments to brokers