Energy UK-EU alliance: Unleashing the power to slash energy costs

More efficient trading arrangements and greater coordination with the continent could cut energy costs by up to £1.1 billion

Gazprom cuts off gas supplies to Shell Energy

Shell has committed to working to keep gas flowing to its customers

Ofgem redistributes £384k of recovered RO payments

The amount was recovered from business energy supplier Delta Gas and Power after the late payment deadline

Energy chiefs expect “severe impact on customers’ ability to pay”

Energy bosses have predicted that a “significantly larger” number of people will move into fuel poverty

East London plunged into darkness after fire in substation

London Fire Brigade has said around 38,000 customers might be affected by power outages

‘Almost a quarter of older people face fuel stress from April’

The figure could rise to 35% when prices go up again in October, a charity has warned

Energy firms ‘urge government to ditch green taxes this winter’

Energy bills could further increase by an estimated £150 as a result of the taxes

Shell Energy ‘pauses’ sales of fixed-rate gas and electricity deals

The company said “it is not right to offer high-priced fixed tariffs so far above the price cap”

Struggling energy firm ‘moved customers to other suppliers without their consent’

Energy firm Omni Energy reportedly switched thousands of customers to suppliers, including Bulb and ScottishPower

PM’s Anti-Corruption Champion calls for ‘structural reform’ of price cap

John Penrose, author of the price cap called for a “circuit-breaker” that would make energy firms healthier and more resilient