The British public largely do not blame green levies for the increases to energy bills, a new study by the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) has found.
There are 12 suppliers in the UK that are technically insolvent and therefore at risk of collapse, according to analysis from accountants Price Bailey.
Together Energy has become the first supplier to collapse in 2022, as power prices remain high.
Long-term sustainability of the energy system at risk as government eyes short-term fixes, says Cornwall Insight
The long-term sustainability of the energy sector is at risk from the short-term measures being considered as a solution to the energy crisis.
Current± takes a look at the biggest stories and talking points from the Christmas period, with power prices continuing to dominate the discussion.
In the final edition of Current± Predicts, Invinity's Ed Porter and Ensek's Jon Slade share their suggestions for what the new year holds for the energy sector.
The price cap could jump 46% for summer 2022, hitting approximately £1,865 as wholesale power prices remain high.
Centrica’s British Gas is getting rid of its Evolve branding amidst the energy crisis in the UK.
Five more suppliers have defaulted out of Elexon’s Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC), as energy suppliers continue to struggle amid market pressures.