Ofgem reportedly spends millions on consultants amid energy crisis

The energy regulator has allegedly spent £14 million in the first three months of the year

‘Place-based net zero measures could create £108bn in energy savings’

A new report has stated that moving away from a nationwide ‘one size fits all’ approach could be the answer in the clean transition

Failed supplier ‘collapsed after bp called in debts’

bp allegedly sought repayment of £52.8 million debt before the supplier exited the market

Another energy supplier enters administration

Administrators have been appointed for Manchester-based Zebra Power Limited

A five times faster cut in energy-related carbon intensity ‘could help the world hit the 1.5°C target’

New research finds that there is no country in the G20 that has achieved the 12.9% rate of decarbonisation required to limit global warming

Administrators appointed to failed energy supplier

The joint administrator explained that Pure Planet faced “significant liquidity challenges”

Energy efficient homes could save us £9.5bn

New research estimates nearly 52 million tonnes of carbon dioxide could be slashed if the energy efficiency of all homes in the UK improved to EPC band C

Ofwat CEO Rachel Fletcher joins Octopus Energy

As Director of Regulation and Economics, Mrs Fletcher will work for the energy system decarbonisation

UK holds the ‘highest decarbonisation rate’ in the world for the 21st century so far

The nation decreased carbon dioxide emissions by 3.7% every year, according to a new report

UK generates ‘second-highest amount of e-waste per person in the world’

Almost a quarter of electronic devices and electrical appliances sold in the UK do not meet current standards for energy efficiency, according to a new report