SSE Renewables charges ahead with solar and battery merger

SSE Renewables merger is predicted to advance the 2GW project pipeline in UK and Ireland

Energy consumption drops: UK goes from high voltage to low voltage

Electricity consumption in the UK fell by 4.1% during the three months to February 2023, government data shows

“Businesses in the dark about unlawful third-party broker payments”

A group legal action against major UK energy suppliers has been launched on behalf of businesses who were allegedly overcharged for gas and electricity via secret commission payments to brokers

OVO reportedly planning takeover bid for Shell energy retail arm

OVO Energy’s reported move has the potential to elevate its standing to that of Britain’s second-largest energy supplier

Ofgem extends market stabilisation charge

The measure was introduced last year in response to a surge in gas and electricity prices

Energy firms turn their back on government-backed loans

The Energy Markets Financing Scheme has closed without receiving any applications, the Bank of England has confirmed

‘A prepayment customer was cut off every ten seconds in 2022’

Citizens Advice say more people couldn’t top up their prepayment meter than in 2022 than in the whole of the last decade

‘Additional lending’ to UK energy firms made available today to avoid collapses

The Bank of England will provide a loan guarantee to gas and electricity firms under the government’s Energy Markets Financing Scheme

Energy bill freeze? It’s a fix!

A floor price for gas and electricity will be applied to fixed tariffs, the government has confirmed

EDF: “More than half of UK households will be in fuel poverty in January”

More than 10% of a household’s disposable income is forecast to be spent on energy bills