Kwasi Kwarteng: “Security of energy supply is not a cause for immediate concern”

The Business and Energy Secretary met energy bosses to discuss the impact of global gas price rises

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

Utility Point and People’s Energy go bust

Nearly 570,000 customers are expected to be affected by the closure of the two suppliers

Power prices predicted to keep burning in winter!

High gas prices are the main driver of this price hike that is not likely to abate any time soon, new research concludes

ENA invites net zero innovators in support of vulnerable consumers

The body is looking for partners to turn an idea into an innovation project that will benefit vulnerable households during the energy transition

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

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Centrica to move 7m customers to new billing platform

The move aims to enhance the company’s customer service

DCC network reaches 14 million smart meters milestone

The 14th millionth smart meter was connected in County Durham, according to DCC latest report

Symbio Energy ordered to pay £450k over FIT payment delay

Ofgem said the company has failed to meet the deadline of 11th August for its payment obligation

EU backs Bulgaria-Serbia gas interconnector with €25m loan

The project includes the construction of around 108 kilometres of a bi-directional gas pipeline between Nis and Dimitrovgrad as well as from Dimitrovgrad to the border with Bulgaria