Latest news

Boris Johnson pledged that every home in Britain would have access to ultrafast full fibre broadband by 2025, eight years earlier than the Government has currently targeted.

Six months after the implementation of the energy price cap, Ofgem chief Martin Cave said its effects had “departed from expectations.”

Firms could soon face fines for overcharging loyal customers under plans announced by the government.


Virgin Media and TalkTalk broadband subscribers who fail to negotiate a new contract at the end of their term face price increases of up to 60% a month.

Almost half of all households in the UK have switched energy supplier in the last four years, according to the Energy Switch Guarantee.


The government has been urged to lift an effective ban on on-shore wind warms to help the UK meet newly strengthened decarbonisation goals and save consumers money.

Almost 90% of so-called ‘green’ dual fuel tariffs are not from 100% renewable sources, according to data from Compare the Market.

Scottish Power will begin building the largest battery in the UK on its Whitelee wind farm, after the Scottish government approved the plans.


The UK’s largest energy suppliers will be required to buy renewable energy generated by their own customers, only new laws to be introduced this week.

Sharon white, who has been chief executive of Ofcom since March 2015, will be taking the job of chairman for retail giant John Lewis.