As volatility in the international gas market continues, the price cap is now set to hit £3,363 for Q1 2023.
The Energy Bill is set to be introduced to parliament today (6 July) by business and energy secretary Kwasi Kwarteng.
The UK government needs to think beyond the short term to truly tackle the energy crisis, according to a new report from consultancy Stonehaven.
The impact of rising energy bills is continuing to be documented, with the number of households finding it challenging to pay rising as interest in energy efficiency also increases.
The price cap in October could jump to £2,800, Ofgem CEO Jonathan Brearley has told MPs.
Ofgem has launched a consultation into whether the default tariff price cap should be set every three months, instead of every six.
A new Energy Bill was announced today (10 May) as part of the Queen's Speech, to help the UK build a more secure, homegrown energy system that is both cleaner and more affordable.
Energy crisis 'beyond what this industry can deal with' as suppliers push for greater government intervention
The size and scale of the current energy crisis and the knock on impact on consumer bills is now “beyond what this industry can deal with”, according to ScottishPower’s CEO Keith Anderson.
Following the surge of activity on 'Meter Reading Day', Kaluza's CTO Ed Conolly takes a look at how Kaluza's data platform managed the activity, and what lessons can be learnt for next time.