‘Heat network customers face eviction amid 350% surge in energy bills’

Residents in Lambeth are reportedly under the threat of eviction due to a 350% increase in their energy bills

Ofgem warns energy suppliers of tough action on new PPM rules

Ofgem has warned energy suppliers to comply with new prepayment meter rules or face consequences, as EDF, Octopus and ScottishPower get approval to resume involuntary installations

Ofgem seeks views on DNOs’ engagement with large connections stakeholders

The input will contribute to assessing the effectiveness of DNOs in delivering services that meet the needs of their customers

Director of collapsed energy supplier faces ban over customer bills

At its collapse, Extra Energy Supply Ltd, under Ofgem investigation for regulatory breaches, faced concerns over unexpected high bills, delayed issuance of bills and untimely handling of customer complaints

Ofgem approves regional energy planning roles

The energy regulator has announced the creation of regional energy strategic planners to work with local entities, enhancing local energy planning and expediting the journey to net zero

Ofgem considers review of independent DNOS’ regulations

Ofgem is considering a review of regulations for IDNOs due to concerns over their direct connections to the transmission network and potential cost issues

Ban on forced meters for over-75s

People aged 75 and over in the UK are now protected from having prepayment energy meters forced on them

Energy industry veteran chosen as next Ofgem Chair

Mark McAllister has served as Chair of the Office for Nuclear Regulation

Call for Ofgem to protect small businesses hit by high energy costs

An investigation reveals a record number of winding-up petitions expected to be issued this year by gas and electricity suppliers

“Your reputation is at stake”: Ofgem issues warning to energy suppliers

The Chief Executive of Ofgem has warned that the regulator will take strong action against companies that fail to follow the rules on PPM installations