Chilly dip! King Charles ‘turns down the heat at palace pool’

King Charles has reportedly turned down the heat at the Buckingham Palace pool, opting for cooler waters as part of his commitment to environmental sustainability

Customers raise concerns over ‘unexpectedly high’ energy bills from OVO

Customers reportedly express concerns over high energy bills, following alleged miscalculations and issues with smart meter installations

UK’s first HVDC cable factory secures green light

North Ayrshire Council has granted full planning permission for XLCC’s HVDC subsea cable manufacturing operations

‘Networked ground source heat pumps key to UK’s decarbonisation’

Increasing the number of these heat pumps could help Britain reduce annual electricity consumption almost as much as the total annual output of Hinkley Point C, according to a report

Smart meter slowdown: Watt’s happening?

Latest data reveals a decline in monthly smart meter installations, with April witnessing only 170,000 installations across the UK

Households brace for lower energy price cap with ‘minimal relief’

Experts caution that the anticipated lower energy price cap will offer little respite to households as government support schemes come to an end

British Gas offers grants and cheaper contracts for small businesses

British Gas has launched a £15 million fund to provide grants and lower priced contracts to small businesses, including pubs, cafes, restaurants, hairdressers, shopkeepers and charities

Fury as OVO customers locked out of accounts

Ovo Energy assures that the migration to their new website only impacts a small number of account holders

East coast subsea electricity superhighway gets go-ahead

A 2GW subsea transmission cable is set to link Peterhead, Scotland, to Drax in Yorkshire

Cornwall Council responds: Lights left on lead to staff training

Cornwall Council has responded to reports over lights left on at one of its buildings by announcing staff training to ensure lights are switched off