Energy News

  • ‘Big Six blamed for dysfunctional energy market’

    ‘Big Six blamed for dysfunctional energy market’ Oct 17, 2017 Jonny Bairstow Policy Legislation, Markets Finance, Top Stories 0 Image: Shutterstock A charity focused on the role of finance in improving society has blamed the Big Six suppliers for creating a dysfunctional energy market. Friends Provident Foundation claims they have too much influence on UK […]

    Posted at October 17, 2017 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on ‘Big Six blamed for dysfunctional energy market’
  • Could leaks mean natural gas is more emissions intensive than coal?

    Could leaks mean natural gas is more emissions intensive than coal? Oct 16, 2017 Jonny Bairstow Coal, Gas Oil, Sustainability Environment 0 Workers drilling for gas. Image: Shutterstock Methane leaks during the extraction of natural gas could make the fuel a larger contributor to global warming than coal generation. That’s according to new research from […]

    Posted at October 17, 2017 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on Could leaks mean natural gas is more emissions intensive than coal?
  • ‘Suppliers should be fined for ripping off customers’

    ‘Suppliers should be fined for ripping off customers’ Oct 15, 2017 Jonny Bairstow Markets Finance, Top Stories 0 Image: Thinkstock Energy suppliers should be fined for ripping off consumers. That’s according to a new report from the Social Market Foundation (SMF) think tank, which suggests the UK needs to do more to encourage energy suppliers […]

    Posted at October 16, 2017 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on ‘Suppliers should be fined for ripping off customers’