EDF Energy and OVO join appeal against Ofgem’s decision

The suppliers have been granted permission by the Competition and Markets Authority to intervene in Utilita’s appeal against Ofgem’s decision to implement minimum capital requirements for energy suppliers

Ofgem delays ending SoLR payment process amid energy supplier backlash

The energy regulator has extended the temporary Last Resort Supply Payment process due to market concerns, responding to mixed feedback from energy suppliers

Failed supplier’s bosses and bp to get £10m each from surplus

Pure Planet’s parent company have reportedly a surplus of £43 million

‘Ofgem’s spending on consultants since start of crisis amounts to £32m’

The energy regulator has reportedly awarded 13 consulting contracts to assist with Supplier of Last Resort payments

Judicial review to assess Octopus’ acquisition of Bulb begins

British Gas owner, ScottishPower and E.ON have questioned the conditions under which the agreement was struck – Octopus will accuse rivals of rewriting history

Ofgem switches on energy market reset

The energy regulator has unveiled today new reform proposals to better protect customers and energy suppliers against market shocks

Households to pay an extra £94 for energy supplier collapses, say MPs

Britons have been left to foot the bill for the £2.7 billion cost because of Ofgem’s failures, the Public Accounts Committee has concluded

‘Nearly 60% of existing smaller energy suppliers are technically insolvent’

New analysis suggests 12 energy firms have negative assets on their balance sheets

Price cap will be updated every three months, confirms Ofgem

The move is believed to ensure that the new price cap reflects gas and electricity costs in a better way

Administrators appointed for latest energy supplier collapse

The move follows the UK Energy Incubator Hub’s decision to cease to trade a few days ago