The head of energy watchdog Ofgem has told MPs he is not getting a bonus this year, as he apologised for moving too slowly to protect vulnerable gas and electricity consumers.
A Fife services company has secured a £1 million contract to provide its power connectors to one of the biggest electricity and water authorities in the United Arab Emirates.
The Scottish Government’s fracking ban is facing a legal challenge from petrochemical giant Ineos.
The managing director of Angus-based energy services firm RMEC is focusing on increasing revenues after a tough year in which the group posted a seven-figure loss.
Sir, – I noticed certain basic things over the festive period concerning energy generation.
Royal Dutch Shell will no longer sell its refining business in Denmark for 80 million US dollars (£60 million) to Dansk Olieselskab.
Low carbon power from renewables and nuclear accounted for record highs of more than 54% of British electricity between July and September, official figures showed.
Three energy firms have shelled out nearly £4 million after being called out for failings including overcharging prepayment customers and misinforming households about switching charges.
Britain’s competition watchdog is being urged to investigate the merger between SSE and the owner of Npower amid fears that the deal will spell bad news for energy consumers.
A ground-breaking energy project which was designed to heat hundreds of homes, businesses and schools across Perth has been scrapped.