‘Energy standing charges soar 50%, hitting low income homes hard’

Customers are set to experience the highest standing charge since the implementation of the Ofgem price cap in 2019, according to a report

Ofgem urged to probe “worst-behaving” energy suppliers

Businesses in the hospitality sector have been treated in a “disgraceful” way, UKHospitality has said

Customers are flummoxed by standing charges, says former Ofgem executive

Christine Farnish doubted if “standing charge is fit for the modern world”

Ofgem on supplier failure costs: “The numbers didn’t stack up”

Alternative ways of recovering the cost of supplier failure could negatively affect vulnerable customers, Ofgem has concluded

Ofgem urged to abandon plans to introduce a quarterly price cap

Campaigners have called on the regulator to work with energy firms to offer additional support to customers

Welsh Government launches £4m scheme to help with spiralling energy bills

Nearly 120,000 people on prepayment meters will be eligible for around 49,000 vouchers to support them during the cost-of-living crisis

Guest Blog: Kathryn Porter – Calls for social energy tariff as prices set to rise further

Last week the a House of Commons Committee heard from the heads of some of the country’s leading energy suppliers of their concerns for increased fuel poverty next winter as the energy crisis deepens, amid calls for the introduction of a social energy tariff.