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EDF ‘in talks to buy Pod Point’

Sky News has said the French utility is in talks to acquire the British start-up, which now boasts around 1,700 public charging points

Zero Waste Christmas Market puts a wrap on unsustainable gifts

The event aims to cater to the 70% of Brits looking to ‘go green’ and reduce their environmental impact

Southeast Asian energy demand ‘to grow at twice the global average until 2040’

The International Energy Agency says forecast demand growth of 60% could cause a number of challenges for the rapidly-advancing region

Ofgem proposes new checks to ensure suppliers are up to scratch

The regulator says the move is intended to protect consumers and the wider energy market

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

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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