Ofgem to fund charities and community energy groups with £27m

The funding will support vulnerable customers and decarbonisation projects

Energy Saving Trust reappointed as manager of suppliers’ redress payments

The scheme has benefitted more than 180,000 households over its lifetime

New price cap: ‘Inevitable’ change or ‘catastrophe’?

Industry has responded to the new price announced earlier by the energy regulator

Are we all living in a pandemic of fuel poverty?

ELN takes an in-depth look at fuel poverty as soaring energy bills are pushing millions to choose between heating and food

Charities awarded £3.9m to tackle energy crisis

The funding will support 20 charities to deliver initiatives designed to help vulnerable energy customers

TOP 5: Ways to keep your home warm!

This week, the ELN top-5 series looks at the five easiest ways to keep your home warm

Energy group urges Boris Johnson to improve energy efficiency policy

Better insulation measures could save nearly £500 a year on every household’s energy bills, energy efficiency advocates said

Council launches app to help homes save on energy bills

Homes in Hertfordshire are predicted to save an estimated £70 a year with the new digital tool

Companies agree to pay £158m redress package for delay to subsea cable project

A two-year delay made it difficult at times for generators in Scotland to export clean electricity to England and Wales, Ofgem said

PayPoint agrees to pay £12.5m after Ofgem’s investigation

The payments provider committed to removing exclusivity clauses from its contracts with energy suppliers