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Energy regulator Ofgem is looking to update the price cap on energy bills every three months instead of twice a year to help households see the benefit of price falls much sooner. The watchdog will publish a ‘minded-to’ consultation into the proposal.

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The Energy Saving Trust has today announced that it will continue to oversee the management and allocation of Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme (Energy Redress Scheme) payments following the renewal of its contract by Ofgem. Ofgem’s enforcement and compliance activity collects voluntary

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Ofgem has appointed EDF to take on supplying Zog Energy Ltd’s customers after the supplier ceased trading last week. Zog Energy supplied around 11,700 domestic customers.

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Entice Energy, which comprises both Entice Energy Supply Limited and Simply Your Energy Limited, and Orbit Energy Limited, are to cease trading. Entice Energy supplies around 5,400 domestic customers and Orbit Energy supplies around 65,000 domestic customers.

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Ofgem, the energy regulator, has decided to accept commitments from PayPoint and a donation of £12.5 million to Ofgem’s Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme, following an investigation into whether PayPoint has infringed Chapter II of the Competition Act 1998. PayPoint provides servi

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Tenants will benefit from cheaper bills, warmer homes and help the environment thanks to 150 new energy-efficient properties being built by Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP).

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The Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme opened for its thirteenth round of funding yesterday, making £11.5 million available to charities across England, Scotland and Wales to support initiatives that work towards a just transition and reduce the impact of the climate emergency

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