ScottishPower profits surge 30% in first half of 2018

It said the increased revenue was a result of the UK’s long winter and having raised its energy prices

ScottishPower chases wrong customers for £4,300

ScottishPower sent bailiffs to collect £4,300 in unpaid bills at a home they didn’t actually supply with energy. Les and Jane Gornall from Aberystwyth labelled the energy company “cruel” after it continued to send letters demanding payment even though they had called up and told the firm they were British Gas customers. The ordeal reportedly began […]

The clock is ticking on P272

As of 1st April 2017 the new half-hourly (HH) settlement code, P272, will be complete allowing all 05-08 customers to see their energy usage in more detail than ever before.  Alan Davidson, Head of Commercial Energy at ScottishPower, gives an overview of what you need to know and the benefits P272 will bring to your […]

ScottishPower Launches New Commercial Energy Portal

New innovations and improvements to online account management services are enhancing the customer experience in the commercial energy sector. Business Improvement Manager at ScottishPower, Danny Parr, discusses the launch of its new Commercial Energy Portal. In a world where our industrial and commercial customers are increasingly pressed for time, ScottishPower’s job is now more than […]

ScottishPower to deliver ‘smart’ batteries to households

ScottishPower will deliver “smart” battery systems to houses in Scotland. It will receive 47 energy storage systems with a capacity of 1MWh from battery maker Moixa. The technology help customers save money through accessing smart tariffs, store excess solar energy for use during peak hours or share batteries with the grid for a range of network saving […]

Gillian Noble of ScottishPower talks frankly to TPIs about commission rates

Gillian Noble, Sales Director at ScottishPower tackles a tough question on transparency of fees and comission rates, from a member of the TPI audience at the recent Energy Live Consultancy Conference.

ScottishPower raises winter energy bills by 8.6%

ScottishPower has announced it’s raising energy prices by an average of 9% for electricity and 8.5% for gas. The supplier said a typical dual fuel bill would go up by 8.6% or £113 starting from 6th December. It is the fourth of the Big Six suppliers to reveal price hikes over the winter after earlier […]

Ed Davey ‘disappointed’ energy firms failed efficiency targets

Energy Secretary Ed Davey said he is “disappointed” that six energy firms did not meet the efficiency targets set by the Government last year. British Gas, SSE and Scottish Power were among the companies that missed their targets as revealed by Ofgem today, which is launching an investigation into what happened. Under two schemes launched […]

“If Carlsberg did energy events” – sector hails Energy Live 2012

“Thought-provoking”, “worth the trip down”, “love the way you use the power of broadcast” – the response to Energy Live 2012 has been phenomenal. One attendee from Alfa Energy even tweeted: “If Carlsberg did energy events…” With hundreds of tweets about the speakers’ comments, the buzz after the event spread to Twitter. One hailed the […]

Good Energy raises electricity prices by 9%

Energy supplier Good Energy has today planned to raise its electricity prices by an average of 9%. The move will come into effect on December 5 and is expected to affect around 30,000 customers. It follows the gas and electricity price hikes announced by SSE, British Gas, npower and Scottish Power earlier this year but […]