Ofwat: Water suppliers must repay £114m to customers

The water regulator has ordered water companies in England and Wales to refund customers due to widespread underperformance

Chancellor rejects ‘subsidy bowl’ – pledges smart investment

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has rejected the Biden-style subsidy-driven economic policy, emphasising a pragmatic approach with focused green technology investments

UK Energy Secretary: No ‘punishing’ energy bills

Energy Security Secretary Claire Coutinho has assured families that the government won’t burden them with increased costs to meet green objectives

UK electricity and gas price drop triggers inflation dip

Plummeting electricity and gas costs have driven drive a slowdown in July’s inflation rates, according to the Office for National Statistics

SMEs call for ‘blend and extend’ energy tariffs, amid rising interest rates

The Federation of Small Businesses has highlighted that rising energy costs pose a significant burden on small enterprises

UK’s environmental tax revenue blossoms to new heights!

In 2022, energy tax revenue maintained its position as the primary contributor to environmental tax revenue in the UK, accounting for 74.7% of the total, according to a report

“Port upgrades key to UK’s floating offshore wind growth”

A new report suggests the offshore wind industry requires upgrades for turbine assembly and manufacturing

EDF: “More than half of UK households will be in fuel poverty in January”

More than 10% of a household’s disposable income is forecast to be spent on energy bills

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

Businesses likely to see energy bills increase fivefold in October

New analysis suggests higher energy costs could force more business closures that would cripple the economy