Energy UK’s Emma Pinchbeck on ELN: “Energy crisis is an unusual black swan event”

Energy UK’s Chief Executive said that the crisis exposed the real vulnerability of the UK’s retail industry

Energy supplier Green ‘in talks with insolvency advisers’

The company serves nearly 250,000 customers

Kwasi Kwarteng: “We may expect to see more energy companies exiting the market”

The Business and Energy Secretary addressed the Commons on the global gas price situation

Kwasi Kwarteng in the House of Commons: “No throwback to 1970s, no three-day working weeks”

The Secretary of State made a statement to the House on the subject of global gas price hikes and said protecting consumers is the government’s primary focus

Kwasi Kwarteng: “Security of energy supply is not a cause for immediate concern”

The Business and Energy Secretary met energy bosses to discuss the impact of global gas price rises

More than a third of energy industry have experienced or witnessed LGBTQ+ discrimination

Fewer than half of employees rate the energy industry as being highly inclusive

bp joins IBM’s network to advance quantum computing use in energy

The energy giant will work with IBM to explore the use of quantum computing to solve business and engineering challenges and potential applications for driving efficiencies and reducing carbon emissions

Louise Kingham leaves Energy Institute for bp

The EI’s Chief Executive Officer is expected to support the giant’s transformation into an integrated energy company

New York’s $226bn pension fund to divest from fossil fuels by 2025

It has set a long term goal to transition its portfolio to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040

Guest Blog: Louise Kingham – Should all-male boards put themselves on their own risk registers?

Louise Kingham, Chief Executive of the Energy Institute, surveys the Energy Barometer’s findings on sector diversity