UK has allegedly underspent £240m in green projects

The money was reportedly handed back to the Treasury in the last financial year

Government to support energy-intensive sectors hit by soaring bills

The Chancellor is set to announce the extension of the existing “energy-intensive industries compensation scheme”

Is the government looking at quadrupling offshore wind?

The Business Secretary will reportedly supercharge investment in wind and solar as part of the new energy security strategy

UK energy security should be tied with heat networks, trade association says

The ADE has called for a wider adoption of heat networks and expansion of energy efficiency technologies

MPs told petrol could hit ‘£2.50 per litre’

Diesel rising to £3 per litre is also ‘definitely in the realms of possibility’ according to experts

‘Energy policy gaps will prevent net zero’

A new parliamentary report suggests there are crucial gaps in current policy meaning net zero targets cannot be hit

Firms call for government support amid soaring energy bills

Business groups warn that “without action, the UK economy will face even tougher time”

Rumours for VAT cut on energy bills grow

The measure is reportedly “on the table” of government discussions about possible solutions for the energy crisis

Struggling customers ‘may need to wait until March for help with energy bills’

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said the Spring Statement will include extra support for vulnerable households

Industry urges government to act now on energy bills

Trade body calls for urgent action after inflation rose by 5.4%, a near three-decade high