Ofgem has launched a consultation into whether the default tariff price cap should be set every three months, instead of every six.
The UK government has launched a consultation on expanding the Warm Home Discount in Scotland while enabling more energy suppliers to take part.
The UK is to become the first country in the world to detail how it would legislate to ensure the safe and effective rollout of fusion energy, the government has claimed.
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has launched a consultation on the next version of its standard contract for flexibility services.
Government EV consultation welcomed as charging networks stress 'vital' need for interoperability leadership
The government’s consultation into public electric vehicle (EV) charging has been largely praised by EV charging networks, although thought must be given to costs and complexity.
The government is launching a new consultation on electric vehicle (EV) charging, focusing on improving the consumer experience through four key areas.
Government has unveiled proposals for new build houses to be fitted with chargepoints and pledged to ensure new rapid chargers will provide ‘pay as you go’ payment options.
Members of the UK’s domestic storage community have criticised the “conflict” between Ofgem’s Targeted Charging Review (TCR) and the government’s energy storage ambitions.