Ofgem expects Energy Price Guarantee to be breached by price cap in July

Customers’ bills are projected to be lower than the current sky-high levels in the coming months, Ofgem’s chief has said

Germany urged to create a national gas reserve

The head of the country’s network regulator has said there are gas supply worries that need to be addressed for the coming winter season 2023/24

UK net zero economy ‘worth more than £70bn’

Total gross value added by businesses involved in the net zero economy is more than twice that of the energy sector, according to a new study

‘Green’ house block in London among Britain’s largest electricity users

Seven electricity meters in a postcode at Chelsea in London had nearly 15 times higher consumption than the UK’s average

Eni strikes $8bn gas deal with Libya

Europe and the Libyan energy markets are expected to benefit from the agreement

Energy firms turn their back on government-backed loans

The Energy Markets Financing Scheme has closed without receiving any applications, the Bank of England has confirmed

UK batteries and renewables ‘wait 15 years to connect to the grid’

MPs have been told that renewable energy projects would be “lucky to be offered a grid connection within a decade

‘Nearly 400k homes have received no help for energy bills’

Ministers have been urged to accelerate the delivery of cash to off-grid households

Octopus labels rivals “desperate” in court over Bulb deal case

British Gas, E.ON and ScottishPower had raised concerns over the bidding process

Industry responds to Chancellor’s growth plan

Renewable energy businesses have called for more clarity