The UK government needs to think beyond the short term to truly tackle the energy crisis, according to a new report from consultancy Stonehaven.
Energy prices are now the biggest concern for businesses, according to a new report from npower Business Solutions (nBS).
Default Tariff Cap to hit nearly £3,000 over winter as geopolitical barriers show ‘no sign of abating’
Energy bills could rise to nearly £3,000 over the upcoming winter period, according to Cornwall Insight’s latest prediction.
EDF has agreed to keep its coal-fired West Burton A power plant running through the upcoming winter amidst the ongoing uncertainty in the energy sector.
Following Bulb entering special administration last year, several energy companies have reportedly made bids to buy the energy supplier.
The government could potentially decouple energy bills from wholesale gas and electricity prices, as it eyes electricity market reform.
Secretary of state Kwasi Kwarteng has called on National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO) to explore options for bolstering energy security ahead of the winter, including utilising more coal.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a windfall tax of 25% on oil and gas companies in the UK, alongside further measures to support consumers amid record high power prices.
Enzen has launched a new cybersecurity methodology and framework for UK energy and utility businesses, as concerns over hacking and cyberattacks grows.