Ofgem consults on managing network charge bad debt arising from COVID-19

The Network Charge Deferral scheme is expected to help minimise disruption to customers and other market participants by assisting suppliers and shippers who face cash-flow issues

Ofgem’s new price cap: More than 15 million households will see energy bills slashed by up to £95

The energy market regulator also lowered the level for prepayment meter customers from £1,164 to £1,070 per year

National Grid plans £10m project to test hydrogen heating for UK homes

A facility will be built in the North West of England to test how hydrogen could be used to warm homes and slash emissions from industry

E.ON forecasts reduction in energy bills of at least £85 from Autumn

The energy supplier says this change is due to the ‘dramatic’ fall in energy demand during the lockdown

Ofgem vows to turn streets green and prepare Britain for a ‘rewire’

Ofgem predicts surge in up to 11 million EVs by 2030 and increased demand for heat pumps

Ofgem to crackdown on ‘unscrupulous’ energy brokers

The new package of support aims to accelerate dispute resolution services and enable small businesses to switch more smoothly to another supplier

Smart meters: Ofgem approves SPEN’s plan to access household data

SPEN expects to make improvements in the operation of its networks and the services provided to customers through the use of smart meter data

Ofgem greenlights SSE’s 600MW Shetland power link

The regulator’s approval is conditional on the basis the 443MW Viking wind farm will go ahead by the end of 2020

Ofgem has launched an investigation into potential breach of billing rules

The regulator says the investigation relates to non-domestic supplier United Gas and Power

Where does Opus Energy’s energy come from?

Opus Energy is one of the leading business energy suppliers in the UK, supplying more than 350,000 customers across the country with competitively priced gas and electricity. But where does their energy come from?