ELCC 2021 – Great to get together again!

Watch highlights of the day and what delegates thought

Ofgem to consult on altering energy price cap

It will open consultations to ensure the cap better represents risks and costs to suppliers

Gas storage project gets go ahead in light of energy crisis

The project will provide more than 25% of the UK’s storage capacity and make the country far more resilient to future supply issues

Constellation taps SaaS technology platform Enpaas to manage its UK generation portfolio

Enpaas, a cutting-edge Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) cloud technology platform announced a new partnership with Constellation, who are one of the largest utilities in North America.

Data will help TPIs and suppliers survive the microbusiness re-view

Ofgem and the CMA’s respective reviews on energy pricing for micro-businesses will change how these customers are charged for their energy contracts. TPIs and suppliers have to negotiate the outcomes of these reviews which could change how they operate forever.

Is now the time to reforecast your electricity?

In the light of the changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s never too soon to talk to your electricity supplier – especially if you’re on a flexible contract.

Impact and Opportunities from Covid-19

As we contemplate the transition from the lockdown put in place to mitigate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, what will the road ahead look like for our energy and carbon emissions?

‘Coronavirus has raised new issues for consumers but it has also magnified existing concerns’

That’s the suggestion from Matthew Vickers, CEO and Chief Ombudsman at the Energy Ombudsman, who spoke to ELN’s News Editor Jonny Bairstow about how the pandemic had affected the nature of complaints the organisation was receiving

Almost 13m UK households ‘owed £1.7bn by energy supplier’

That’s according to new research from Uswitch, which notes as winter ends, 46% of households are due a refund from their energy provider

Energy suppliers ask government for financial support during pandemic

Trade association Energy UK said current government measures to help customers were not enough