Decision on bad debt recovery decision pushed back

The regulator has said the move will allow it to consider the impact of the government’s energy bill support package

Households paid £280m bill for string of energy firm collapses

Suppliers which took on customers of failed companies allegedly sent claims totalling this amount to UK Power Networks

Electricity theft increases as prices rise

A new report suggests electricity theft in England and Wales broke a new record

Winter energy bill estimates break the £4,000 mark for first time

Households could see bills jump as high as £4,210 in January, new analysis finds

Bank of England: energy price cap will be around £3,500

The Bank of England has announced the biggest hike in interest rates since 1995

Energy suppliers ‘stop offering exclusive fixed deals’ amid energy crisis

EDF has confirmed it has ditched its exclusive fixed tariffs

Quarterly price cap is coming up

The regulator will allegedly announce details of quarterly updates of the price cap this week

Energy arrears the most common debt type amongst people contacting charities

Charities have urged Ofgem to ensure suppliers protect people in arrears

Is this the first step to stop greenwashing over “green” tariffs?

Suppliers were allowed to import energy from European countries while avoiding paying UK green levies

“Rishi, Liz and Boris make a collective decision on energy bills now”

Money Saving Expert Founder says the decision cannot wait until the new Prime Minister is elected