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

Small energy suppliers ‘hit back at Ofgem for energy market crisis’

The energy regulator is reportedly criticised over lack of preparation for “a storm that has been brewing since the start of 2021”

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

ENA recognised for its work during Covid-19 pandemic

The energy industry body has been shortlisted for two awards for its response to the global pandemic

Avro Energy ordered to disclose financial information about its activities

Ofgem said failure to provide this information could potentially lead to a breach of the supplier’s licence conditions

Smart meters and bills ‘on the top of customers’ complaints to suppliers’

The latest Ofgem’s report shows nearly 53% of consumers are dissatisfied with the time taken to deal with the complaint

Competition regulator clears National Grid’s acquisition of WPD

The Competition and Markets Authority has decided not to refer the merger for a phase 2 investigation

Firms to pay £6m for wholesale energy market regulations breach

Ofgem said ESB Independent Generation Trading Limited and Carrington Power Limited submitted inaccurate data about the amount of energy a power plant could supply