Council to buy energy for the next eight months ahead to save money

The move is believed to limit Slough Borough Council’s exposure to volatile energy prices

Energy suppliers ‘stop offering exclusive fixed deals’ amid energy crisis

EDF has confirmed it has ditched its exclusive fixed tariffs

‘More than a quarter of households’ income spent on energy’

A person in a large household earning £2,615 a month after tax is expected to end up giving 28% of it to energy providers, a report finds

Scottish Government looking at recouping £400 energy rebate from second homeowners

Ministers have said the move aims to support a “fair and equitable” response to the rising cost of living

Will the government sever the tie between gas and electricity prices?

Ministers are reportedly considering a range of measures that could potentially slash bills for millions of households

Britain’s electricity market needs to be substantially reformed, says National Grid ESO

The electricity system operator has supported the idea of a nodal location-based market

Bulb’s special administration ‘might cost taxpayers billions more’

Skyrocketing gas prices might mean that much more money will be needed to keep the company running

Will an ’emergency loan scheme’ give the kiss of life to struggling suppliers?

The government is reportedly considering a credit facility to support firms amid fears of soaring bills

OVO Energy’s ‘keep warm’ campaign sparks backlash

The energy supplier apologised over the “poorly judged” and “unhelpful” content

Soaring energy bills could put elderly at risk of ‘freezing to death’

Charity warns energy costs will push an estimated 150,000 extra older households into fuel poverty this winter