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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.

Every resident in the UK will have the legal right to a ‘decent’ broadband connection at an affordable price by March 2020.

People on prepayment meters could soon see their energy bills rise, according to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

A coal plant came online at 9:20pm Tuesday, ending Britain’s longest stretch without burning coal in more than a century – after 18 days, 6 hours, and 10 minutes.

Virgin Media has launched a range of new broadband and TV bundle packages called Oomph, while promising better services for their customers.

Apple has announced that former flagship software iTunes is to be dissolved after 18 years.

Energy suppliers Economy Energy and E (Gas and Electricity) violated competition law with an agreement to not target each other’s customers, Ofgem has ruled.