Ofgem confirms permanent energy price cap exemptions for three green suppliers

Ecotricity, Good Energy and Green Energy UK can charge consumers above the standard variable tariff rates limit set by Ofgem

CMA: UK energy prepayment price cap should be extended beyond 2020

A revised methodology to calculate the cap means customers would pay an extra £1 a week on average

TOTO Energy acquires bulk of Solarplicity’s customers

Around 44,000 customers are being transferred to the Brighton-based energy supplier

Utilita Energy to pay £175k for carbon emissions reduction failings

The supplier’s failure to meet its obligations could have led to customers missing out on £30,000 of savings on their energy bills

BEIS and Ofgem seek views on future energy retail market vision

They are considering ways to make regulation ‘more flexible’ so they can adapt to change more quickly

Ofgem hits back at accusation it is failing to prioritise climate emergency

The CBI sai it is concerned the regulator is relying on an ‘outdated policy mandate’ to regulate the industry and set price controls

Gas
Leep Utilities granted independent gas transporter licence

It will allow the company to provide developers and contractors with a full multi-utility offering across all utilities on new developments

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Are REGOs fit for purpose?

Buying renewable power is unquestionably the right thing to do and can only help the UK to meet its carbon goals and mitigate climate change

Smarter and more flexible energy system ‘could save UK up to £40bn’

That’s according to Ofgem and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, which have written a joint letter to the Energy Networks Association regarding its Open Networks Project

Ofgem approves smart heating tech for energy efficiency project

Vestemi claims its innovative technology can reduce heating bills by up to 30%