UK approves massive offshore wind farm in North Wales

The government has granted a development consent order for the Awel y Môr offshore wind farm project, which is predicted to power half a million homes

UK’s road to net zero depends on collaboration, say auditors

A UK audit report stresses the vital role of collaboration between the UK and devolved governments to achieve net zero emissions by 2050

‘Bailiffs employ dogs to intimidate’ customers during PPM installations

Customers subjected to the installation of forced prepayment meters often experienced intimidation, including instances where bailiffs brought dogs to customers’ homes, according to a research by Ofgem

UK-Germany energy link on track as construction advances

Construction on the UK-Germany interconnector is progressing as planned, with works underway in both countries and the project expected to be operational by 2028

AstraZeneca strikes UK biogas deal

The new partnership will involve the transfer of 100,000MWh of domestically generated biomethane from Future Biogas’ anaerobic digestion facilities to AstraZeneca’s UK sites via the national gas grid

UK launches £1bn insulation scheme

More than 300,000 homes in England, Scotland and Wales are expected to benefit from the Great British Insulation Scheme, potentially saving families up to £400 per year on energy bills

UK invests £45.7m to lower business energy costs

Tweed Valley Maltings in Northumberland has secured government funding to establish a low carbon energy centre

‘One-third of customers considering energy supplier switch’

Nearly half of energy customers are willing to explore energy-saving time of use tariffs, according to a new survey

Cash magnets: £6.6m to boost UK’s minerals supply

This investment aims to bolster the supply of materials used in industries like wind farms and electric vehicles

UK offshore energy boom: Jobs set to surge 50% by 2030

A new study predicts a potential increase in the UK’s offshore energy workforce to 225,000 jobs by the end of the decade, up from the current 150,000