Solar energy market ‘set for spectacular growth over next five years’

The International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts the world’s total renewable-based power capacity will grow by 50% between 2019 and 2024

E.ON to cut up to 600 staff from UK roles

The energy supplier has a total workforce of 9,000 staff across the UK

Going out of business sign
Rutherford Energy Supply Limited, trading as Uttily Energy, goes bust

The supplier provided around 280 businesses with their electricity – now it has ceased to trade, Ofgem will choose a new supplier to take on its customers

Dermot Nolan: Ofgem must facilitate UK’s decarbonisation

That’s the call from Dermot Nolan, CEO of Ofgem, who spoke to ELN at Energy UK’s annual conference yesterday

Recycled plastic ‘now more costly than new polymers’

A new report suggests the battle against plastic pollution may not yet be won, as it warns economic pressures could drive manufacturers to use less environmentally-friendly options

Just Energy to sell UK operations to Shell Energy for up to £10.8m

It says the sale of its UK operations will enable it to streamline its operations

Do small and medium-sized businesses get a ‘raw deal’ on energy services?

According to a new poll commissioned by Ombudsman Services, many feel like they do

UK’s renewable trade ‘to drop off by 75% before 2023’

Cicero Group notes this collapse in trading activity is likely to mean the UK will not alone be able to successfully achieve net zero emissions by 2050

Winter is Coming – What Energy Users Can Expect

The start of the winter energy season is less than two weeks away and with it comes enhanced volatility.

Octopus Energy expands into Germany with purchase of green supplier

The firm has bought a majority share in challenger business 4hundred