Northern Irish energy firms agree to help struggling homes

Suppliers will halve what can be taken away from a customer’s purchase of electricity or gas to cut debts

Liz Truss predicted to reveal £130bn bailout for energy bills

A £2,500 freeze on energy bills is expected to be introduced, with other measures to address business security concerns

Industry calls on government, as energy price cap skyrockets to £3,549

What does the energy industry have to say on today’s announcement from Ofgem that the price cap will rise once more?

October energy price hike – Schneider Electric comment

A comment from Nico Van Der Merwe, VP Home & Distribution at Schneider Electric, who has offered his insight into where homes are wasting energy, and how governments and private companies can work with consumers to drive down their costs.

‘Net zero will more than double Australian energy bills’

A new report claims closing coal-fired power stations isn’t the way to go

How is Malta swerving energy prices?

An astute piece of business seven years ago seems to have protected Malta in the energy crisis so far – but what was it?

‘Only 46% of SMEs in the UK are actively working to improve their energy efficiency’

That’s the suggestion from a new survey conducted by Yü Energy, which found less than a fifth of companies have achieved an EPC of B or higher

amber energy joins UK Green Building Council

The energy management consultancy and utilitech firm has signed up to help building owners and occupiers cut bills, improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon impacts

UK firms to save up to £300m a year as Climate Change Agreement scheme extended

The move to extend the scheme is expected to give eligible companies extra financial support and security

Veolia to work with Rotherham Hospital to slash emissions and energy spend

The Energy Performance Contract is expected to save more than £1 million per year and cut 49,620 tonnes of carbon dioxide, partly through the installation of a new combined heat and power plant