Webinar: Ofgem’s Micro Business Review – good or bad for TPIs?

This webinar will be brought to you live tomorrow from 14:00 on September 24th

Data will help TPIs and suppliers survive the microbusiness re-view

Ofgem and the CMA’s respective reviews on energy pricing for micro-businesses will change how these customers are charged for their energy contracts. TPIs and suppliers have to negotiate the outcomes of these reviews which could change how they operate forever.

Innovative tech for Britain’s local energy networks offered £70m

Network companies and partners can apply for funding to run the network infrastructure in a ‘smarter, cleaner and more flexible way’

Ofgem seeks views to help design digital services for low carbon heat schemes

It follows a consultation launched by BEIS earlier this year, which included proposals for two new schemes to incentivise the cost-effective installation of low carbon heat technologies and the generation of renewable heat

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

National Grid brands Ofgem’s RIIO-2 draft determinations ‘unacceptable’

New rules to cut spending by network operators risk causing more power blackouts in the UK, according to National Grid

What’s happening with Third Party Costs? Download Haven Power’s free guide now

Third Party Costs – also sometimes referred to as non-energy or non-commodity costs – amount to around 60% of a typical energy bill.

Winter is coming: UK households’ energy bills ‘to soar by £107 due to homeworking’

Homeworking during the winter could see the nation’s energy bills rise to as much as £1.9 billion between October and March, according to a new report

Octopus Energy appointed to take on customers of Effortless Energy

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

Ofgem fines SSE £2m over disclosure breach

The gas and electricity regulator says the company has delayed publishing information which could have had a ‘significant effect’ on wholesale electricity prices