EU investigates Lithuania’s support for state-owned energy firm Lietuvos Energija

It will examine if it was neccessary for the Lithuanian Power Plant to provide strategic reserve services in exchange for payments between 2013 to 2018

Ofgem considers closing investigation into power exchange firm EPEX

The company has committed to implementing steps that will avoid distorting competition

EU approves €5bn Polish energy scheme, probes surcharge reductions

It will support combined heat and power installations connected to the district heating networks in Poland

EU concerned E.ON’s buyout of innogy could increase prices for consumers

It has launched an in-depth investigation into the deal

Government faces fresh legal action over Capacity Market scheme

Tempus Energy argues the government has a legal duty to halt the scheme following its suspension by the EU Court

CMA investigates RWE’s proposed buyout of 16.67% stake in E.ON

As part of the deal, RWE is selling its 76.8% stake in innogy to E.ON

Ford investigates its emissions testing and fuel economy

It comes after employees raised concerns about potential inaccuracies in the vehicle manufacturer’s testing system

EU Commission investigates UK’s Capacity Market scheme

It follows the EU Court’s landmark ruling which led to the suspension of the scheme last November

UK MPs demand fashion brand bosses to disclose environmental impacts

The Environmental Audit Committee has written to 10 retailers to find out how they are mitigating them

EU seeks views on Transgaz offering to increase gas exports from Romania

The Commission has concerns the state-owned gas pipeline operator may have breached EU competition rules by restricting exports of natural gas from the country