Utilita cleared for forced prepayment meter installations

One more energy supplier, Utilita, has met Ofgem’s criteria to resume involuntary installations of PPMs

Scotland calls for UK-wide social energy tariff

Scotland’s national advice service advocates for a UK-wide social energy tariff to help alleviate fuel poverty by addressing the shortcomings of the current energy market

British Gas launches fixed tariff £30 below Ofgem cap

British Gas has announced its Price Promise tariff, set at £1660 for the average dual fuel household from 1st April

New energy supplier given green light for forced prepayment meter installations

Ofgem has said Utility Warehouse has met criteria to restart involuntary installations of prepayment meters

Standing charges to rise for millions

Energy regulator Ofgem has confirmed average household energy bills will decrease by £238, but electricity standing charges will rise

Concerns remain despite energy price cap drop

The UK’s largest debt advice charity has emphasised the need for assistance as households grapple with soaring energy debt

“Price cap limits market deals for billpayers”

New survey shows that nearly half of billpayers feel they have fewer options for switching

Energy suppliers slam Ofgem’s tariff decision

Energy suppliers, including Octopus Energy and So Energy, have criticised Ofgem’s decision to extend the ban on acquisition tariffs

“Six million UK households still in fuel poverty despite energy bill drop”

Ofgem’s announcement of a 12% drop in energy bills for April to June is welcomed, but National Energy Action warns that six million UK households will still face fuel poverty

Industry reacts: Relief over energy price cap, challenges remain

Responses from industry leaders to Ofgem’s new energy price cap highlight the relief felt by consumers, yet underscore ongoing challenges with inflated energy costs and growing debt