Energy prices expected to heat up next summer

The price cap is set to rise by 14% to £1,455, new analysis finds

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”

Energy switching figures ‘dive to one of the lowest levels this year’

Nearly 400,000 energy switches took place in August, a 20% dip compared to the same period last year, according to new research

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

British Gas takes over customers of People’s Energy

The company will continue supplying approximately 351,000 customers of the failed supplier

EDF takes on customers of Utility Point

The company will take over around 220,000 customers of the failed supplier

Government considers offering loans to energy firms

The loans will reportedly aim to encourage energy suppliers to take on customers of firms that go under

Wholesale energy costs now ‘burn’ switching service of comparison website

Compare The Market decided to “temporarily stop” offering energy quotes through its website amid “this period of uncertainty”

Nearly 13m customers ‘have never switched energy supplier’

If these non-switchers moved to a greener provider, they could reduce emissions by up to 30.5 million tonnes a year, according to new research