Cutting ‘green’ schemes ‘has added £2.5bn to energy bills’

Government efforts to cut climate policies could cost the average household an extra £60 per year

Energy UK’s boss predicts two rises in bills this year

The regulator’s price cap could increase to £2,400 in April, Emma Pinchbeck said

An additional four million households ‘will be in fuel stress in April’

A think tank calls on the government to spread the cost of supplier failure over three years

Good Energy boss warns government over ‘burning deadline’

Nigel Pocklington talked about the need for action to take the pressure of soaring bills off customers

CfD scheme to return money to electricity suppliers for the first time

Around £39 million is to be returned in the first quarter of 2022

Will an ’emergency loan scheme’ give the kiss of life to struggling suppliers?

The government is reportedly considering a credit facility to support firms amid fears of soaring bills

Centrica boss calls on Boris Johnson to ‘strip environmental levies out of bills’

Mr O’Shea has warned energy customers could face a £700 rise in their bills in April

Ministers ‘invited NatWest to energy crisis talks’

The government is reportedly exploring rescue plans that would not involve Treasury bailout for struggling energy suppliers

Crisis triggers new fall in energy switching

Energy switching activity dipped by 70% in November, Energy UK finds

Price cap to ‘skyrocket by 46%’

Summer price cap forecast to rise to around £1,865 says report