Ofgem whistleblower: ‘Millions of pounds of public money is being misspent’

Edd Fyfe, a former Counter-Fraud Officer at Ofgem E-Serve, claimed green energy schemes have been ‘seriously abused’

Views sought on energy PPM customers’ self-disconnection

Ofgem has launched a call for evidence until 10th December 2018

Ofgem grants transmission licence for 402MW wind farm

The Dudgeon offshore wind farm is expected to generate enough electricity for nearly 410,000 homes every year

Special Report: Energy price cap – how did it come about?

Here’s a quick timeline that takes you through it

Energy price cap will come into force in the New Year

Ofgem has confirmed the final level of the cap at £1,137 per year for a typical dual fuel customer

Ofgem intends to confirm npower provisional order for switching trial

It comes after the Big Six supplier agreed to allow only 50,000 out of 100,000 customers sought by the regulator to participate in the collective switching trial

Nabuh Energy buys all of Snowdrop Energy’s customers

The switch of around 6,000 customers is expected to be completed by 2nd November 2018

Energy price cap ‘won’t support three in 10 dual fuel tariffs’

Consumer body Which? found more than 70 fixed tariffs are more expensive than the proposed energy price cap

First Utility chosen to take on customers of failed Usio Energy

Around 7,000 customers will be switched over to their new supplier tomorrow

UK Government launches new Energy Data Taskforce

It will undertake a review of the data landscape, identifying gaps and making suggestions on how data can be used more effectively in the energy system