Rolls-Royce reportedly plans job cuts in cost-saving overhaul

Rolls-Royce reportedly plans to reduce its workforce as part of a cost-saving turnaround strategy

Water bills to soar as sewage scandals mount

Water suppliers in England plan to spend £10 billion to tackle sewage spills, resulting in increased bills for customers, causing public outrage

What’s next for EDF’s nationalisation?

An appeals court in France has rejected a complaint by minority shareholders regarding the government’s buyout of EDF

ExxonMobil: ‘Low carbon business could overtake oil and gas’

The energy giant has set a target to generate billions of dollars from hydrogen, carbon capture and biofuels within the next decade

Heat pump tech company bags €15m to expand to UK

It has developed a digital platform to connect heat pump producers with local networks

Ofwat approves £1.6bn investment for UK water infrastructure

The investments in 31 schemes are expected to improve water resilience, storm overflows and reduce nutrient pollution

Thames invests £1.2m in trunk main testing rig to prevent water bursts

Thames Water considers opening the project to other water firms to enable other trunk main technologies to be developed and trialled

Energy bills predicted to drop below £2,000 in July

Falling wholesale gas prices will drive this change, according to a new report

Recharge Industries becomes new owner of Britishvolt

The Australia-based company has sealed the agreement with the administrators of the collapsed batter manufacturer

SES Water reportedly explores potential sale

The company supplies water to around 745,000 people in Surrey, Kent and South London