Energy companies' smart meter installations have "rebounded" since the UK's first coronavirus lockdown despite restrictions waxing and waning across the country, new figures show.
As governments turn their eyes to a green recovery, 80% of institutional investors are planning to increase their investment into renewable energy.
Business investment in UK utilities shrank by 56.8% in Q2 year on year, as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic hit hard.
Bulb has launched a Smart Pay as You Go (PAYG) offering, in what it says is a first for UK customers.
During the second quarter of 2020, 850,000 less domestic smart meters were installed in Britain than in Q1 due to COVID-19.
The number of smart meters installed in the UK jumped by 120% in July from the previous month.
Pursuing a sustainable recovery from COVID-19 could boost economic growth, create millions of jobs and reduce greenhouse gases.
National Grid is expecting underlying operating profits to take a £400 million hit from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Regulations will come back into full force from 1 July, Ofgem has signalled in an open letter to suppliers.