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Water company shareholders will need to help vulnerable customers bear the cost of living squeeze: Ofwat

Ofwat has suggested shareholders in water companies should cough up more money to support customers over the coming years. → Read More

Bestway Group 'not considering' bid for Sainsbury's despite snapping up major stake in supermarket giant

Bestway Group has expanded its investment empire to British supermarkets, snapping up a stake in Sainsbury's. → Read More

London hydrogen fund looks Stateside as UK falls behind on green subsidies

A London-listed green hydrogen investor will pivot towards opportunities in the US to make the most of new subsidies. → Read More

Shell considers selling energy retail business in new strategic review

Shell has not ruled out the sale of its energy business for households, after announcing a strategic review of its retail operations. → Read More

Ofgem threatens six-figure fine for supplier over late renewable payments

Embattled challenger supplier Delta Gas and Power could be hit with a £100,000 fine from Ofgem for late renewable payments. → Read More

National Grid on brink of reviving coal as cold snap escalates energy crisis

National Grid has turned to coal amid an enduring cold snap, as it battles to keep Britain's lights on this winter. → Read More

Critical Metals enters copper market with production at Congolese mine

Critical Metals has announced its entry into the copper market, as it looks to cash in on the orange metal's latest rally. → Read More

Polymetal shares plummet 30 per cent as miner weighs up London exit to 'Russian-friendly' Kazakhstan

Shares in Polymetal International have nosedived 29.2 per cent on the London Stock Exchange this afternoon. → Read More

Britishvolt bidding war hots up as Australian start-up throws hat in the ring

Britishvolt could be the subject of a bidding war, after an Australian battery start-up threw its hat in the ring with a takeover offer. → Read More

What windfall? North Sea levy generated £600m less than expected in December

The new windfall tax on North Sea oil and gas operators failed to generate the expected takings last month, confirmed the OBR. → Read More

Tullow Oil fights hefty £243m tax bill in Ghana following bumper revenues

Tullow Oil is contesting a hefty £243m ($300m) tax bill in Ghana - home to the fossil fuel producer's flagship fields. → Read More

Inflation: UK producer prices slow as petrol prices drop below 150p

The ONS has published the latest PPI update, revealing that rising input prices slowed last month amid easing petrol prices. → Read More

Pub body slams energy firms over sky-high bills amid calls for Ofgem investigation

The UK's leading pub body went to war with the country’s energy firms yesterday, accusing them of profiteering. → Read More

Heat pumps too expensive to meet social housing needs, warns Sureserve

The government will need to drive down the price of heat pumps if it is serious about transitioning from gas boiler, warns Sureserve. → Read More

Newmed says chance of Capricorn merger has 'significantly decreased' after boardroom exodus

New Med's proposed £277m merger with Capricorn Energy is at risk of collapse, with chances of a deal significantly decreasing. → Read More

Millions at risk if household energy support package is cut in April, Utilita warns

The government should maintain support packages at current levels to ease pressure on households, warned Utilita. → Read More

Yu Group's shares soar after supplier unveils bumper £275m revenues on back of smart meter uptake

Yu Group's shares soared nearly 10 per cent on the London Stock Exchange, after the supplier revealed it expects to beat its guidance. → Read More

National Grid offers smart meter households a discount to slash energy usage but plays down fear of blackouts

National Grid has extended plans for households to be offered discounts for cutting their energy usage, as the winter crisis bites. → Read More

Ovo Energy backs social tariff for vulnerable households facing record bills

Ovo Energy has joined calls for a social tariff to help vulnerable households grappling with record energy bills. → Read More

Yule be happy: Christmas trading powers Primark owner's rising revenues

Food processing giant and Primark owner Associated British Foods has posted a bullish trading update, unveiling an upturn in revenues. → Read More