Ofgem to crackdown on ‘unscrupulous’ energy brokers

The new package of support aims to accelerate dispute resolution services and enable small businesses to switch more smoothly to another supplier

Smart meters: Ofgem approves SPEN’s plan to access household data

SPEN expects to make improvements in the operation of its networks and the services provided to customers through the use of smart meter data

Government sets out plans to ramp up smart meter installations

It says a four-year policy framework with annual milestones will be implemented following a six-month extension for energy suppliers

Drax helps launch new smart meters to help businesses gain greater control over energy use

The energy giant is working with the Data Communications Company, smart meter manufacturer EDMI and software company Utiligroup to develop new smart meters for business customers

More than three-quarters of UK public are ‘concerned about climate change’

That’s according to the latest BEIS Public Attitudes Tracker, which is now on its 33rd wave of finding out what the UK public think about a variety of energy issues

‘Millions of Brits still going out to top-up on electricity despite lockdown’

Bill Bullen, CEO of Utilita Energy, spoke to ELN about this issue

Ofgem bans five suppliers from taking on new customers until they join smart meter scheme

The regulator has issued Daligas Limited, Enstroga Ltd, Entice Energy Supply Limited, Euston Energy Ltd and Symbio Energy Limited with final orders

‘Majority of smart meters being deployed are now SMETS2’

More than four million SMETS2 meters have now been installed, according to the Data Communications Company

Smart meters: Nine energy suppliers ordered to become DCC users

Ofgem is consulting on issuing them with final orders

ENGIE unveils plans for new eco-friendly head office

It will be powered by renewable energy, in addition to using smart grid as well as blockchain technologies