EDF Energy to pay £6m to Ofgem after breaching market regulations

The energy firm admitted: ‘EDF ETG takes this issue extremely seriously and apologises for the error’

Nearly half a million US clean energy workers unemployed as COVID continues

The 446,000 workers make up around 13% of the total clean energy workforce, according to a new analysis of federal unemployment filings

IMServ Expands into the Netherlands

Leading UK energy data collection and metering company IMServ has entered into the Dutch energy metering and data market this month.

Energy Price Cap extended until end of 2021

The government claims the move will see around 11 million households across the UK make savings on their energy bills

Ørsted divests business customer portfolio to Total Gas and Power

The move comes as the Danish energy giant works to shrink its downstream operations and focus on building, owning and operating renewable generation assets

Ofgem ‘could save consumers a further £1.7bn in next network price control’

That’s the claim from Citizens Advice, which in 2017, found energy networks would make up to £7.5 billion in unjustified profits over the course of the current price control

Octopus Energy appointed to take on customers of Effortless Energy

Gas and power supplier Effortless Energy announced it is ceasing trading earlier this week

British Gas buys failing supplier Robin Hood Energy’s customer base

The failing supplier, run by Nottingham City Council, has made around 230 staff redundant

Effortless Energy goes out of business

Ofgem says all customers will continue to receive an energy supply and their outstanding credit balances will be protected

Opus Energy is sponsoring Most Trusted Consultancy (SME) – but what will it take to win?

I spoke to Anniken Bee, Director of SME at Opus Energy, about what she thinks the winner of the award will look like