Ofgem launches probe into two energy companies amidst regulatory concerns

The energy regulator has initiated an investigation into Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks and OVO Energy’s four supply entities

OVO takes steps to combat greenwashing in energy market

The energy supplier has proposed a “kitemark system” for green tariffs, helping customers avoid ‘greenwashing’ practices

OVO faces allegations of threatening forced prepayment meter installation

The energy regulator has asked suppliers to pause forced PPM installations until 31st March

Ofgem updates on its direct debit investigation

The regulator’s latest review has found that 99.6% of direct debit energy payments are set correctly

Britons ‘could be paid up to £800 for selling their EV’s energy to the grid’

OVO Energy has launched a vehicle-to-everything trial allowing drivers to power their homes with their car

Three major suppliers paid customers not to use energy yesterday

British Gas, EDF and OVO customers were invited to switch off appliances for a few hours last night as part of a National Grid scheme

British Gas to pay customers to use less energy

Households will earn £4 a day for every unit they reduce

Customers ‘receive £80k energy bills moving from SSE to OVO’

OVO said is aware of a “small handful” of customers receiving large energy bills

Ofgem: Energy firms failing vulnerable customers

The energy regulator has found five energy suppliers to have “severe weaknesses”

ScottishPower boss slams Bulb’s “unfair” sale

Keith Anderson has urged the government to scrap the auction process for Bulb and restart it