UK’s emissions from electricity ‘rose by more than a fifth last year in 2021’

Gas drove up UK power emissions for first time in a decade, according to the International Energy Agency

CfD scheme to return money to electricity suppliers for the first time

Around £39 million is to be returned in the first quarter of 2022

Red Wall ‘votes in favour of scrapping VAT on energy bills’

One-in-five Brits across the North of England avoid turning on heating to avoid higher bills, new poll shows

Geothermal energy the answer for Northern Ireland?

A consortium has been launched to investigate the feasibility of geothermal energy as a key power source for the country

MP slammed council for investing in energy supplier

Andy Carter questioned Warrington Borough Council’s move to invest £52 million in a company that is reportedly struggling to find new investors

Net zero not part of business plans for the majority of UK firms

Less than a third of UK businesses have a net zero strategy, according to a new survey

Ofgem reveals list of suppliers with fake renewable fuel mix claims

A total of 20 energy suppliers have “overstated” their renewable supply in 2019/20, according to the energy regulator

Ofgem announces major financial stress tests for all energy suppliers

Ofgem Chief Executive said “the months ahead will be difficult for many”

SSEN increases Storm Arwen compensation payments

Customers can receive up to an additional £210 depending on how long they stayed without power

Ofgem invites new interconnector investment under ‘cap and floor’ regime

The move further supports the government’s commitment to more than double existing interconnector capacity by 2030