Fresh call on the government to put an end to standing charge

Almost 81% of energy customers support the idea of scrapping the standing charge on bills, according to a new poll

Bulb’s boss to leave the company

In recent weeks, the administrators of the UK’s seventh biggest energy firm have launched a bidding process

Octopus makes flashy and windy entrance to Dutch market

The company’s generation arm has acquired Borssele V offshore wind farm in the Dutch North Sea

What does energy industry think of Ofgem’s RIIO-ED2 draft determinations?

Will the regulator’s proposals bring brighter and cleaner days for the UK’s grid?

Ofgem consults on extending market stabilisation charge

The measure could be valid until the end of March 2023

Who is going to foot the bill for Bulb’s administration?

The Business Secretary told MPs the government wants to conclude a sale deal as soon as possible

UK rings in giant £20.9bn package to boost grid capacity

Revealing its much-anticipated RII0-ED2 draft determinations, Ofgem has proposed to slash returns for power distribution companies

Link between electricity and gas prices cannot stay forever, says Kwasi Kwarteng

The Business Secretary has said the electricity price households are paying does not reflect the state of the UK’s energy mix

An army of former soldiers to help Centrica hit net zero

The energy giant has pledged to hire 500 former soldiers, sailors and airforce personnel as engineers

Japanese urged to switch off lights to save energy

People are being advised to ration their power usage amid fears of blackouts