Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby meets with energy bosses

The Archbishop recently said that the wave of energy price hikes seems "inexplicable"

Energy firms accused of 'green murder' over levies rollback

Some energy companies have been accused of “getting away with green murder” for failing to pass on savings from a Government shake-up of levies.

Npower most complained-about energy firm

Npower has been forced to apologise and hand over £1m to vulnerable consumers after its poor customer service led to it being named as the most complained-about energy company.

The dominant companies - EDF, E.on, British Gas, Scottish and Southern,Scottish Power and Npower - will have to overhaul their confusing and expensive tariffs this year to escape tougher action, it said

Npower blasted over performance as energy company tops complaints

Soaring prices and poor customer service have contributed to a surge in complaints from energy customers - with npower receiving a higher rate of customer dissatisfaction than any other “big six” company.

Co-operative Energy has scaled back a planned price increase

Co-operative Energy reduces price rise ahead of expected green levies axe

Co-operative Energy has scaled back a planned price increase amid expectations that the Government will axe green levies from bills.

The Big Six energy firms have been accused of using consumers as 'cash cows'

We’re all in it together: Last of Big Six energy companies to announce price hikes even as Ed Davey says customers are not ‘cash cows’

Energy Secretary warns firms they are now no better than 'greedy bankers' in public eye

‘Massive’ nuclear investment in UK eyed by Davey

China and other Far East countries are set to make “massive” investments in the UK’s nuclear programme, Energy Secretary Ed Davey said yesterday.

Unions raise fears over China’s UK nuclear role

The Government is risking Britain’s security by wooing the Chinese to invest in its nuclear programme, union leaders have warned.

Vincent de Rivaz admitted that the energy industry faced a ‘crisis of trust’

Labour attacks bonuses for energy officials as bills soar

Civil servants at the Department for Energy and Climate Change pocketed more than £1m last year

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Ask.fm 'will be safer from online bullying' as owners introduce new features

Website owners have introduced a range of new features that aim to keep users safer from abuse

Full production unlikely at fracking protest site

Full production is "unlikely" to take place at Balcombe in West Sussex, the energy firm test drilling for oil there has said, according to the BBC.

The Government and the energy regulator, Ofgem, have promised to get to grips with power bills

Savvy Money: We still need more clarity on complex charging for energy

New plans to give a fairer deal to consumers do not go far enough to clear up the confusion

EDF Energy says single unit gas and electricity prices will help consumers compare different tariffs

EDF quick to back single unit gas and electric price

One of the “Big Six” energy suppliers has broken ranks to back proposals for firms to offer a single unit price for gas and electricity. EDF Energy says such a move will help consumers compare different tariffs and identify the cheapest deals.

The existing Hinkley Point B's reactor near Bridgwater

EDF Energy to cut jobs at Hinkley Point power site

The number of workers on a new nuclear power site is being reduced as negotiations continue with the Government on a contract for electricity produced from the site.

Npower's three years of zero corporation tax

Energy boss tells MPs that avoidance is  because of 'simple UK accounting rule'

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