Britain To Enforce Greater Scrutiny Of Utilities To Open Up Energy Market
Britain's main energy suppliers will have to disclose long-term power prices twice daily from next month under rules to be enforced by regulator Ofgem aimed at encouraging new entrants into a fairer energy market.
Water Shortages Could Disrupt Britain's Electricity Supply, Researchers Warn
Parts of Britain may be under water after the worst floods in half a century, but a team of top academics from Newcastle and Oxford University is warning that the country is at risk of water shortages that could shut down power...
Manufacturing Driving Strong Growth In UK Vacancies
Overall the UK jobs market improved in January, with a steady increase in the number of advertised vacancies. There were 768,104 vacancies in total, a 14% increase from the previous year, and a 3% increase compared...
£60 Million Aerospace Projects Cleared For Take Off
Seven aerospace research projects designed to keep Britain at the forefront of the global aerospace market will receive almost £60m, the Business Minister Michael Fallon announced this week.