Ofgem removes requirement for PCWs to show ‘wide range’ of energy tariffs

All accredited price comparison websites (PCWs) now have the option of exclusively showing deals they receive a commission from

Energy price cap to become law this winter

It has passed through Parliament and is expected to protect millions of consumers from increases in tariffs

SSE pays £190k to customers after energy tariff switching delays

It also paid £475,000 to other customers who ended up paying more following the switch as a ‘goodwill gesture’

Ofgem extends ban on small energy supplier Iresa

The company is still prohibited from accepting new customers

Ofgem consults on DNOs’ engagement with stakeholders

It is seeking views until 20th July 2018

Energy price cap champion appointed to lead Ofgem

Martin Cave previously said the temporary price cap was needed to protect consumers from unfair energy price rises

EDF Energy to pay £350k for missing smart meter target

Suppliers are required to set individual targets under the government’s rollout of the technology

Ofgem to tighten up checks for new entrant energy suppliers

It has launched a review into its supplier licensing regime to ensure “appropriate protections” are in place against poor customer service and financial instability

SSE pays £1m for sending ‘misleading’ statements to customers

The Big Six supplier sent inaccurate information on the alternative cheaper tariff available to some prepayment customers

Energy supplier faces ban extension on taking new customers

Iresa was given three months by Ofgem to meet customer service targets