Twelve charities secure £2.2m to tackle fuel poverty

The funding will come from Ofgem’s energy redress scheme

New Lords Committee seeks views on Ofgem’s role in net zero goals

Ofgem, which oversees the UK gas and electricity markets, has increasingly been given responsibilities in relation to other areas, particularly the country’s energy supply and decarbonisation

Ofgem’s Voluntary Redress Scheme to be extended to community energy groups

The scheme distributes payments from energy companies – that may have breached rules – to registered charities to support energy-related projects that benefit consumers

Avro Energy and Entice Energy to pay £30k and £20k for poor RFI performance

According to Ofgem, both suppliers failed to comply with Standard Licence Condition 5 ‘by repeatedly failing to provide accurate and timely submissions’ of Requests for Information

Energy suppliers’ customer service ‘hit a new low’

Ofgem’s latest report show consumers’ satisfaction with customer service has decreased by 4% in the first quarter

P272 code changes could save businesses thousands

ELEXON reissues guidance on who should fall under the scheme following a campaign by brokers

‘Ofgem’s new reforms allow microbusiness customers to get better deals’

Anna Rossington, Ofgem’s Interim Director of Retail spoke to ELN about the regulator’s new reforms which are designed to tackle poor practices by energy brokers

Ofgem sets out final proposals to protect microbusinesses from unscrupulous brokers

Ofgem’s new support provisions, which are expected to enter force in 2021, aim to make broker commission structures more obvious

Homes to get paid for becoming greener!

A microgrid solution promises to make it cheaper for housing developers to install heat pumps, solar PV and EV chargers

Ofgem turbocharges EV revolution with £300m

The funding will support the EV charging infrastructure of 1,800 new ultra-rapid points