Friday Feb 28
British Gas, EDF Energy, E.On, npower, ScottishPower and SSE have also retained 204m from 300,000 closed business accounts.
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Thu Feb 27, 2014
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Canadian Spirit Resources Converts Debenture
A previously announced CA$3 million convertible debenture, issued to Elmag Investments Inc. on Dec. 20, 2013 by Canadian Spirit Resources Inc. , was converted into 10 million units of the corporation, Canadian Spirit said Feb. 26. The units were comprised of 10 million common shares and a warrant to purchase 5 million common shares, exercisable at ... (more)
Fri Feb 21, 2014
The Daily Record
New energy giants scandal: 'Big 6' keep customers waiting...
THE former Destiny's Child didn't fail to impress the Scots crowd as she produced a high-octane show filled with glittering wardrobe changes and sexy dance moves from her videos.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Runcorn residents left without power following an underground cable fault
The problem initially affected 10 homes in Beechwood, but more properties had to be disconnected to enable engineers to repair the damage.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
ScottishPower in pricing plea
ScottishPower has plans for gas-fired plants at its former coal plant at Cockenzie in East Lothian, Damn Head Creek in Kent and Avonmouth near Bristol.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Pressure builds on energy firms to refund cash to customers
SSE is the latest to confirm it will automatically refund direct debit customers who are in credit - ScottishPower and Npower have yet to agree to do so Two of Britain's biggest energy firms are under pressure to refund direct debit customers whose accounts are in credit.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Priming hydro power's pump in Scotland
The success of Alex Salmond's energy 'revolution' will depend on decisions made in England, writes Dominic Jeff in Valencia IN A VAST turbine hall 2,000 feet under a man-made lake on a Spanish mountain, Alex Salmond showed no ill effects from his helicopter ride as he announced a "revolution" in Scotland's energy policy.
Iberdrola chief unveils energy network investment
BRITAIN'S ageing electricity infrastructure is expected to receive a boost from the Spanish owner of Scottish-Power this week when it reveals a multi-billion-pound investment plan.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Flooding threat as storms sweep in
Heavy rain and strong winds have hit Wales overnight as forecasters warn of further storms on Saturday bringing a threat of flooding.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Kinski in three-man team to head up Terra Firma's REIF
FORMER Stagecoach chief executive Mike Kinski has been propelled into the limelight after private equity firm Terra Firma appointed him as part of a triumvirate to oversee a new $2 billion Renewable Energy Infrastructure Fund .
Battle to restore power after gales
In north and mid Wales, about 25,000 homes are without power, while in the south and west, 5,500 properties are waiting to be reconnected.
Cheshire West and Chester Council continue storm clean up
COUNCIL teams are continuing the clean-up across west Cheshire after working throughout the night to deal with the damaged caused by last night's storms.
LATEST: 900 Wirral homes still without power
Engineers have been working throughout the night to restore power to those cut-off during the storms, with around 1,600 houses in Wirral now reconnected.