“SMEs are more vulnerable to unscrupulous pricing policies”

Harvey Sinclair, Group CEO at eEnergy spoke to Sumit Bose about malpractice in the way that business energy contracts are being agreed

Industry urged government to freeze energy bills in April

The rate of the government’s Energy Price Guarantee is set to be less generous from 1st April

Ofgem extends market stabilisation charge

The measure was introduced last year in response to a surge in gas and electricity prices

Shell Energy criticised over energy bill rebate delays

Thousands of Shell Energy customers have reportedly not received their energy rebate in October

How could watermelons and beers help Britons through blackouts?

Staying hydrated in the case of an extreme water shortage is essential, according to reported leaked government documents

Bulb’s sale may be in breach of EU state aid rules, says Centrica

The energy giant said the deal may lead to a test of Northern Ireland protocol

Shell injects £1.2bn into its retail arm

Shell Energy’s losses grew last year amid the energy market volatility

Companies ‘expect energy costs to rise by 151% next year’

Firms expect to see their energy costs more than double once the government’s Energy Bill Relief Scheme ends in March, according to a CBI survey

Smart meters
Smart meter data sparks new privacy row

Experts have warned that smart meters contain sensitive data, which when shared with others make households more vulnerable

UK schools awarded energy efficiency grants

Schools and colleges in England will be allocated a share of £500 million to spend on energy efficiency upgrades