Two business models ‘are to blame for energy firm collapses’

Ofgem-appointed consultants have published findings of a review on the root causes of recent supplier failures

Energy firm collapses to cost customers up to £2.4bn

Ofgem has warned that customers could face a potential bill of billions from the collapse of more than 30 suppliers

Did Big Six energy firms grab £7bn in profits over the last five years?

SSE, ScottishPower, E.ON, EDF and Centrica have allegedly banked billions in operating profits

Is Bulb’s sale process about to start?

The company’s administrators will reportedly appoint an asset management firm to handle the sale

Millions ‘may be missing out on Equality Act protection from energy firms’

Just three-in-ten people with mental health problems had received extra support from energy suppliers, according to new research

Government to announce £200-per-home energy bill rebates

A new scheme will reportedly give customers the chance to underwrite loans to energy firms

Together Energy in ‘administration talks’

Reports claim that the company could go under even this week

Will an ’emergency loan scheme’ give the kiss of life to struggling suppliers?

The government is reportedly considering a credit facility to support firms amid fears of soaring bills

Failed supplier ‘collapsed after bp called in debts’

bp allegedly sought repayment of £52.8 million debt before the supplier exited the market

Price cap to ‘skyrocket by 46%’

Summer price cap forecast to rise to around £1,865 says report