Ireland’s energy poverty breaks new record

The number of fuel poor households surpassed that recorded 28 years ago, according to a report

Ofgem urged to abandon plans to introduce a quarterly price cap

Campaigners have called on the regulator to work with energy firms to offer additional support to customers

Former Just Eat boss becomes the UK’s cost of living business tsar

David Buttress will work on business-led initiatives designed to support people with rising costs of living

Vulnerable pensioners ‘spend a fifth of their income on energy bills’

Nearly 29% of older households in England are ‘fuel-stressed’, according to new report

“Eco activists could undermine the UK’s energy security”

Protests, legal action and publicity stunts may deter offshore investment in the UK waters, the chief of Offshore Energies UK has warned

E.ON boss: “Nearly 40% of households could be hit by fuel poverty”

Michael Lewis has said household energy bills could soar to around £2,800 a year from October

Industry responds to Ofgem’s proposals for four-time-a-year price cap update

The proposals have received mixed feedback

Climate activists disrupt Kwasi Kwarteng’s business lunch

The Business Secretary has been urged to support a windfall tax on oil companies

Government consults on Scottish expansion of Warm Home Discount

The move could help more than 280,000 households struggling to pay their energy bills

More action to tackle rising energy bills is needed by July, says ScottishPower boss

Keith Anderson said bills are likely to go up by nearly another £1,000 for millions of households in October