The price of energy for a typical household that uses gas and electricity and pay by Direct Debit will go up by £94 after Ofgem announced it will increase the price cap by 5% on the previous quarter from 1 January 2024.
Organisations have been invited to apply for funding in the latest round of the Ofgem Redress Scheme to help people with energy advice and decarbonisation projects. Today the Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme (Energy Redress Scheme) opens for its sixth funding round.
Funds gathered through the latest round of the Ofgem Redress Scheme are being distributed to organisations across Great Britain to provide energy advice, support decarbonisation projects and develop innovative energy-focused services and products. The Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme (
Energy suppliers have been banned from forcibly installing prepayment meters for people over 75 with no support in their house and homes with children aged under 2, thanks to new protections put in place by Ofgem. The energy regulator has today confirmed that the Code of Practice for the involuntary
Energy regulator Ofgem has today announced a further reduction in the energy price cap for the last quarter of 2023. The change will bring the average dual-fuel energy bill below £2,000 a year for the first time since April 2022, saving households an average of £151 on the previous quart
The Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme (Energy Redress Scheme) opened yesterday for its fifth funding round. A total of £3 million is available for charities and community energy groups – including community interest companies, co-operative societies and community benefit soc
The Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme is to distribute £3 million to 19 organisations across England, Scotland and Wales to support energy reduction projects. In this funding round,15 awards worth a total of £2.5 million are being made from the Main and Small Funds. These pr
The Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme (Energy Redress Scheme) has opened for the fourth funding round of phase two of the scheme. A total of £5 million is available as grants to charities and community energy groups that support households most at risk from cold homes and high ene