A softening in near term gas and power prices, but winter still holds up

In this week’s Resonance energy market podcast episode, Jeremy Nicholson talks to Alfa’s Daniel Veasey as prices soften ahead of the summer

Small firms facing ‘financial doom’ as Energy Bill Relief Scheme set to end

The end of the scheme may cause a significant increase in energy bills for businesses who fixed their prices last year, new research shows

Payments to suppliers for business energy bill discounts hit a new peak

In the last week of February, the payments made to energy suppliers to provide electricity bill discounts amounted to £794 million

Ofgem: “Some suppliers have unexplained jumps in contract charges”

The energy regulator has said some non-domestic suppliers may have breached licence conditions

Ofgem urged to take action on suppliers’ bad practice

Nearly 18% of SMEs say they have faced at least one malpractice experience, according to a new survey

Business energy contracts discounted through EBRS peaked in January

The government has unveiled the total payments made to energy suppliers for discounts they provided to eligible non-domestic energy users

Energy firms face legal action over brokers’ “secret commissions”

Commissions for brokering business energy contracts with suppliers have allegedly been added to bills without businesses being informed by their providers

UK businesses say energy prices and inflation among top concerns

A fifth of businesses on fixed or hedged electricity contacts expect their bills to increase by more than 300% at the end of their contract

4 things most people don’t know about their energy contract

The last 12 months have been turbulent. Many organisations have faced unprecedented uncertainty, with a return to business as usual still out of sight.