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Total Follows Move of Shell Into Household Energy

Total, the French oil major, has followed the lead of Royal Dutch Shell by expanding its exposure to the sector of household energy with a...

E.On Set to Push Back on ‘Damaging’ Energy Policy Short-termism of...

Michael Lewis, the boss of E.On, has called out the “damaging” short-termist energy policy of the United Kingdom as the group is getting ready...

Safeguard Tariff Extended by Ofgem to 5m Homes at a Higher Price

Today, the energy regulator announced that it would extend a cap on energy bills of vulnerable customers to 1m more households. However, higher wholesale energy...

Why the Energy Price Cap Could Increase Your Bills

Experts say that an energy price cap that is designed to end expensive tariffs could actually result in increasing bills. The details of the...

UK Fund to Create One of World’s Biggest Solar Farms in...

By the end of the decade, an investment fund in the United Kingdom is set to create one of the largest solar power projects...

Renewables sector receives a £150m vote of confidence

In what it asserts is a major vote of confidence in Britain’s renewable energy sector, one of Europe’s biggest energy industries has acquired a £150m...

Energy efficiency loophole risks major cost to the energy system

Britain’s landowners could cost the energy grid millions of pounds by using loopholes in the Government’s housing standards to avoid developing ­energy efficiency. Landlords are...

Government starts independent review of increasing energy bills

The government has driven an alternative review into the cost of energy amid issues about mounting bills. The study will observe at how the Government...

Hinkley Point’s cost to consumers reaches £50bn

Family members could end up paying £50bn to help the new Hinkley Point C nuclear venture in Somerset, as indicated by government figures, more...

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