Nearly 12m British homes spend more than 10% of income on energy bills

Calls to suppliers’ centres for additional energy bill support have risen by 300%, the chief of Energy UK has said

UK net zero economy ‘worth more than £70bn’

Total gross value added by businesses involved in the net zero economy is more than twice that of the energy sector, according to a new study

Ofgem vows to ‘root out suppliers’ bad behaviour’ on business energy contracts

Jonathan Brearley has written to the Chancellor about Ofgem’s work on reviewing the non-domestic market

Are switched-off wind turbines generating more cash?

Wind farms are paid to switch off due to a lack of grid storage

‘Nearly 400k homes have received no help for energy bills’

Ministers have been urged to accelerate the delivery of cash to off-grid households

Shell to be hit by $2.4bn windfall tax blow

A few months ago, the energy giant reported third-quarter profits of £8.1bn

‘Nearly 60% of existing smaller energy suppliers are technically insolvent’

New analysis suggests 12 energy firms have negative assets on their balance sheets

Australian LNG cargo lands on UK shores as Germany reconnects coal-fired power plant

A tanker carrying LNG from Australia has reportedly docked in Kent

Ofgem on supplier failure costs: “The numbers didn’t stack up”

Alternative ways of recovering the cost of supplier failure could negatively affect vulnerable customers, Ofgem has concluded

Price cap announcement day touted ‘national day of action’

The Don’t Pay movement has called for ‘local protests’