National Gas CEO says net zero should be affordable

We spoke to National Gas CEO, Jon Butterworth, about the future of gas in the energy transition at the Big Zero Show

CCC: ‘Government support could see more than 700k jobs from net zero’

The committee is calling on the government to “bring real meaning to levelling up”

‘Number seeking help with energy bills jumps by 112%’

More than 32,400 people required help with energy debts during the first four months of 2023

‘EVs depreciating twice as quick as petrol cars’

EVs bought in 2020 will have lost more than half their value this year, compared with just 37% for petrol cars – a study claims

‘Diesel charged at nine times the price at pump’

Despite the wholesale price gap between petrol and diesel now just at 1.5p, if you’re filling up a diesel vehicle at the pump you’ll be paying 20p, new data has shown

Energy Institute and MoneySavingExpert launch energy saving tool

It shows users how they can save hundreds on household appliances for free

Ofgem expects rise in self-disconnections amid ‘difficult winter’

In a letter to an NHS chief, an Ofgem official admitted that customers are rationing their energy use due to soaring prices

‘Energy crisis has seen solar interest explode’

How have the ideas surrounding renewables and buildings changed in recent months?

UK slowing down EV production, as prices jump

The rate is set to drop from 360k to 280k, analysis suggests

Energy prices to change in January – but by how much?

The government is adjusting the EPC, which will see some households’ bills go up minimally