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Energy suppliers in the UK will soon be forced to pass stricter tests in order to enter the market, Ofgem has announced.

SSE has agreed to pay Ofgem a fee of £700,000 for its failure to meet smart meter installation targets.

TalkTalk Optimises Wi-Fi for its Residential Customers

Seaside towns in the UK are struggling because of poor access to high-quality broadband connections, according to a report from the House of Lords.

A third the world’s power capacity is now made up of renewable energy, according to the latest research from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

The government’s plan to introduce age checks on porn websites has now been pushed back. The changes, were aimed at stopping children from accessing inappropriate adult content, were supposed to come into effect imminently.

There will be a steep 65% increase in effective business energy taxes in the form of the Climate Change Levy rate, as the government aims to push businesses towards greener options and lower energy usage.

The rate of smart meter installations in the UK dropped in the last quarter of 2018, according to figures from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

Royal Dutch Shell is rebranding retail power supplier First Utility as Shell Energy, as it switches its residential customers to 100% renewable electricity.

The largest waste wood gasification plant in the UK has begun operating in Cheshire.