Energy price cap: British Gas owner Centrica wins appeal against Ofgem

Centrica applied for a judicial review after the regulator announced a change to the methodology used to set the opening price cap of £1,137 a year at the beginning of January

Ofgem seeks evidence on households not connected to power network

It is open until 2nd December 2019

Breeze Energy told to pay £486,232 in Renewable Obligation taxes

Ofgem said the supplier must make the necessary payment immediately or face further action

Nabuh Energy ordered to pay £872k in green taxes

Ofgem said the supplier could lose its licence if the Renewables Obligation payments are not made

Refusing smart meters ‘could soon become very expensive’ for households

Climate Change Minister Lord Duncan told the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee that people who stop a smart meter being installed could be hit by “very high” bills

Energy supplier GnERGY issued with final order for unpaid green tax bill

Under the Renewables Obligation scheme, suppliers are required to demonstrate they have sourced enough electricity from renewable sources or pay into a buy-out fund

‘Smart Street’ project to reduce electricity bills by up to £60 a year

Up to 45,000 customers in 180 areas in the North West are expected to benefit from the project, under which Electricity North West will install voltage control devices at substations

EDF Energy appointed to take on TOTO Energy’s customers

The latter company became the 16th energy supplier to cease trading since the beginning of 2018

TOTO Energy becomes latest supplier to go bust

The company has around 134,000 domestic customers, who have been advised to take a meter reading

Ofgem rejects SSEN’s £709m Shetland power link

The approval was based on the Viking Energy Wind Farm securing subsidies through the UK Government’s Contracts for Difference auction last month