New Lords Committee seeks views on Ofgem’s role in net zero goals

Ofgem, which oversees the UK gas and electricity markets, has increasingly been given responsibilities in relation to other areas, particularly the country’s energy supply and decarbonisation

Green agenda hijacked as carbon prices jump, but will energy prices be contained?

Carbon jumps again with the green agenda hijacked, but will prices be contained?

Ofgem calls for independent body to run the electricity system

The energy regulator claims the new body could save consumers as much as £4.8 billion between 2022 and 2050

EDF Energy to pay £6m to Ofgem after breaching market regulations

The energy firm admitted: ‘EDF ETG takes this issue extremely seriously and apologises for the error’

‘The spirit shown by the energy sector in helping to tackle coronavirus is the same that will see us deliver net zero’

That was the suggestion from Ofgem CEO Jonathan Brearley, who spoke yesterday as part of Energy Live Xpo 2020, the theme of which is ‘Rethinking Energy’

Ofgem works to protect customers as we head into winter – hear from CEO Jonathan Brearley

Register for our Energy Live Xpo webinar with the boss of the regulator taking place at 15:15 on November 9th

Energy Price Cap extended until end of 2021

The government claims the move will see around 11 million households across the UK make savings on their energy bills

Ofgem announces £25bn investment programme to transform UK’s energy networks

The proposals aim to enable the delivery of emissions-free green energy across the country and meet national net zero targets, while also maintaining high levels of service and grid reliability

Energy networks help customers and suppliers by deferring £350m of charges

Ofgem has confirmed that the scheme will be available as a last resort option

Ofgem cuts cost of Hinkley Point C grid link by £60 million

The move will save UK consumers money on their bills over the 45-year cost period