Ofgem backs down on legal demands against journo who busted PPM scandal

The regulator has dropped legal demands against The Times’ journalist who exposed the forced prepayment meter installation scandal

Ofgem ‘launches investigation into care provider energy cost hike of up to 500%’

This follows concerns over deemed contract rates, security deposits, standing charges and non-compliance with the Energy Bill Relief Scheme

Five die in explosion in block of Jersey flats

A suspected gas explosion destroyed a block of flats in the centre of Jersey’s capital St Helier

EU investigates Lithuanian measure to support operation of LNG terminal

It will assess whether the compensation granted to Litgas for supplying a mandatory quantity of LNG to the terminal in Klaipėda between 2016 and 2018 is in line with state aid rules

UK’s CMA concerned over Copart’s acquisition of green parts specialist Hills Motors

It believes the loss of rivalry between the companies could lead to higher prices and reduced choice for customers of salvage services as well as reduce competition in the supply of green parts in the UK

Nord Stream blasts were sabotage, says Swedish prosecutor

Authorities have said traces of explosives have been found on several of the objects collected for the investigation

Two people die during Just Stop Oil protest

The victims were hit by a car while waiting in the traffic caused by the Dartford Crossing protest

Croydon gas explosion: Gas company accused of delayed repair work

The mother of the four-year-old victim has claimed that there were unfixed gas leaks

“Family had to run to escape from falling parts of wind turbine blade”

It is reportedly the second time that a blade failure has hit the 175MW Bjorkvattnet wind farm in Sweden

EU investigates Czech support for new nuclear power plant

The nuclear plant in Dukovany will have a capacity of up to 1,200MW and is scheduled to start operating in 2036