Ofgem: “Suppliers won’t be restarting forced PPM installations at the end of March”

The chief of the energy regulator has urged the industry, including Centrica’s CEO to take immediate action and not wait for reviews to conclude

Senior MPs claim thousands of pounds in expenses for energy bills

New IPSA data shows that top Cabinet ministers claim significant costs for fuel in their second homes

MPs call for petrol pump watchdog

This is to ensure prices are fair for the consumer and reflect the wholesale cost

Hydrogen not the net zero solution, MPs say

The lack of infrastructure and cost of producing green hydrogen make it a “niche” fuel, they argue

Households to pay an extra £94 for energy supplier collapses, say MPs

Britons have been left to foot the bill for the £2.7 billion cost because of Ofgem’s failures, the Public Accounts Committee has concluded

MPs seek final views on UK’s new nuclear power strategy

They are inviting responses, until 30th September 2022, from experts on what is required for the government to approve up to eight new nuclear reactors by 2030, among other topics

MPs implore Liz Truss to keep 2050 alive

Fears have surfaced that the new PM and Business Secretary may allow net zero progress to falter

Could the price cap force MPs back to Westminster?

MPs have been urged to return two weeks earlier, on 22nd August to challenge the price cap hike

MPs say Avro Energy bosses’ negligence led to the company’s collapse

The cost of the company’s collapse, which will be borne by billpayers, is estimated at £700 million

MPs denounce government’s energy bill support package as inadequate

The BEIS Select Committee has been told the “worst is yet to come” regarding the energy crisis