Households to receive second cost-of-living payment in November

UK homes will receive £324 to cope with the rise in energy bills and general cost-of-living

Renewable energy
Who’s set to benefit from energy cap spending?

The taxpayer needs to know who will receive Liz Truss’ cap on energy bills, a report stresses

Investment into green energy is crucial in protecting consumers in the energy/cost-of-living crisis

David Hall, from Schneider Electric highlights the urgent need to invest in a green energy infrastructure to regulate costs for consumers and protect them from any disruption in services

Liz Truss announces £2,500 cap for energy bills

“Energy bills are going to be affordable,” the Prime Minister said in the House of Commons

Energy storage will deliver ‘tens of billions of pounds a year’

This week’s Net Hero Podcast delves into how energy storage is being underappreciated as a key to cutting costs on our energy bills

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?

Energy price cap to jump to £3,549

This represents an 80% increase for many households on their bills

Cost of living payment for 6m disabled people from September

Given the cost of extra care, disabled people will benefit from a £150 one-off payment

‘Most Tory voters want net zero plans paused’

This is so more focus can be given to the cost-of-living crisis, a poll has found

IMF calls on governments to subsidise food and energy

Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said support should be provided in a ‘very targeted manner, preferably by providing subsidies directly to people’