Ecotricity’s upped offer for Good Energy has led shareholders to sell just 2.5% of shares.
The volatility in wholesale power prices due to exposure to global gas prices has demonstrated the need to diversify and decarbonise the UK’s domestic energy system.
Just 1.8% of Good Energy shareholders have accepted rival supplier Ecotricity's cash offer for shares in the company.
Good Energy has announced a new partnership with electric vehicle (EV) charger installation company Crystal EV Charging.
Good Energy has once again hit back at Ecotricity as it today (18 August) publishes its response circular to Ecotricity’s offer of 340p per share.
Good Energy has doubled down on its rejection of Ecotricity's offer following the latter setting out the full terms and conditions.
Ofgem has confirmed that the default price cap will rise again in October, as energy prices hit record highs amid the world emerging from lockdown.
Ecotricity has made a cash offer for Good Energy, valuing the company at £45.3 million excluding the shares it already owns, or £59.6 million when included.
Good Energy has launched a new electric vehicle (EV) tariff, offering two overnight off-peak periods to charge at a cheaper rate.