Ofgem invites bidders for Seagreen’s connections links

The tender will enable prospective bidders to compete to own electricity links for the first phase of the Scottish wind farm

Energy switches hit new record low

The former Big Six became ‘bigger’ during 2021, according to a new report

IEA: “Surging electricity demand put world power systems under strain”

Global electricity demand grew by 6% in 2021, the largest percentage rise since 2010, the IEA said

Trade union slams OVO bosses over thousands of job cuts

Unite chiefs have warned that “they will not sit by and watch”

Energy bills will stay high for the next two years, Centrica boss predicts

Chris O’Shea proposed three measures that the government could further explore to take the pressure of rising bills off customers

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

Will this council-backed energy firm be the first to ‘collapse’ in 2022?

Together Energy could reportedly run out of funding by the end of January

Which areas in the UK are paying most for energy bills?

Homes in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales have to pay more for their energy use compared to London, according to a new report

“Never let a good crisis go to waste”

Consultant Jon Slowe told ELN the current crisis in the energy market could bring opportunities for the sector

Ireland to offer €100 discount on electricity bills for every household

Today the government is expected to announce a universal, one-off electricity credit