Government accused of “lost decade” in preparing for climate change impacts

The Climate Change Committee has found that only five out of 45 adaptation outcomes across different sectors of the UK economy had fully credible planning in place

Cutting oil and gas production is not healthy, says new Shell boss

Wael Sawan has said the war in Ukraine has shown the “fragility of the energy system”

2022 End of year review and what’s to come in 2023

Welcome to the first blog of 2023 where we’ll be taking a look back at events affecting the energy market in 2022, looking ahead into 2023 and what’s coming up

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

Industry bids farewell to BEIS

What does industry think about the new Department for Energy Security and Net Zero?

Will business energy bill support be halved?

The move is expected to reduce taxpayers’ bill

Enel boss says ‘it will take years’ to stabilise energy prices

But renewables is the only way to speed this process up, he claims

Chancellor pleads with public to change behaviour on energy consumption

Government help with rising energy bills will stop in 2024, Jeremy Hunt has said

Government ‘mulls energy social tariffs’

Ministers are examining options to subsidise vulnerable households’ bills by levies paid by the better off

How to set budgets in a volatile energy market

If you’re looking for the certainty of a fixed-price energy deal but are wary of locking in higher rates, an innovative British Gas Business product might be for you