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

UK’s protected peatlands being hit by illegal fires, finds new report

An investigation by Greenpeace suggests more than 250 fires took place over six months despite the new ban

New measures to protect UK aluminium extrusions industry from Chinese imports

The Trade Remedies Authority’s investigation found these imports ‘are being dumped into the UK at unfair prices and causing injury’ to the UK industry

Thames Water to revise smart metering policy after Ofwat challenge

The regulator was concerned the water firm “unfairly” removed or limited access to water usage data

Five water firms under investigation over wastewater treatment practices

Ofwat has raised concerns over how these water companies were running sewage treatment works

Thames Water to change smart metering policy after Ofwat investigation

The water firm has committed to change smart metering policy for business retail customers

CMA launches investigation into Warmfill’s acquisition by energystore

The companies manufacture, supply and install a a range of insulation products, all of which are designed to make homes as thermally efficient as possible

CMA investigates Veolia/Suez merger

It believes the merger could create a loss of competition and hike in costs for waste management services