Two more major energy suppliers have confirmed autumn price hikes for millions of households in line with Ofgem's price cap increase.
Energy giant E.On is planning to cut almost 700 jobs over the next two years, mainly in support and management roles, as part of the migration of customers to a new platform.
Energy giant Npower has announced plans to restructure its UK business, leading to the loss of up to 4,500 jobs and the closure of a number of call centres.
Energy giant E.On has said it will axe between 500 and 600 jobs from its UK workforce.
The German-owned Big Six provider revealed underlying earnings at its UK household supply arm plunged to 12 million euros (£11 million) in the three months to June 30.
A Caithness community is to consult locals on how best to use the money brought in by wind farms.
Big Six energy supplier E.ON will become the UK's biggest renewable power firm from Tuesday as bosses revealed they would only provide electricity from renewable generation for its 3.3 million customers, the company announced.
Energy giant Npower has swung to a loss at the start of 2019 after shedding another 102,000 customers and taking a hit from the energy price cap.
Three of Europe’s biggest utilities are highlighting the challenge of making money in Britain’s notoriously difficult retail energy market.
Energy giant E.On's UK earnings have dived after it was dragged down by the impact of the energy price cap.
Some E.ON customers will see an average 10.3% price increase from April 1, the supplier has confirmed, just days after Ofgem said price caps designed to protect those on poor value deals would be hiked.
Britain's energy watchdog is scrutinising suppliers over their complaints handling after finding more than half of customers remain unhappy with how grievances have been dealt with.
Energy supplier E.ON has unveiled plans to use satellites orbiting the Earth to find the UK's worst-hit areas for fuel poverty.
The latest British Gas price hike follows similar recent rises from other suppliers affecting millions of households.
E.ON is to cut around 500 jobs across its UK operations, the energy firm has announced.
E.ON is increasing the cost of its standard variable tariff by an average of 4.8% or £55 for customers taking both fuels from August 16 due to the “significant rise in the cost of wholesale energy”, it has announced.
A joint industry partnership in floating wind is to take place between a number of oil and renewables firms such as Shell, Statoil, Ørsted and Vattenfall to investigate the technology.
Energy provider E.ON has announced its partnership with car manufacturer Nissan to pool expertise in developing electric vehicle technology in design and storage.
Three energy firms have shelled out nearly £4 million after being called out for failings including overcharging prepayment customers and misinforming households about switching charges.
Russian oil giant Gazprom has replaced ExxonMobil at the summit of S&P Global Platts’ top 250 global energy company rankings.
An 18 turbine wind farm is to be built near Dalmellington, Dumfries and Galloway.
Who takes the risk in an offshore construction project if the design imposed by the contract terms is wrong? The company which has required the use of that design, or standard, or the contractor which agreed to design and build using it?
Home energy use is finally exciting to people. Unfortunately for the traditional utilities, it’s not because of them.
Gas and electricity giant E.ON has criticised Theresa May’s plan for an energy price cap as political point-scoring and said it could threaten crucial investment in energy.
The substation topside for E.ON’s Rampion wind farm project has made the voyage from Rosyth to the south coast of England.