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Hub Energy, a gas and electricity supplier with around 6,000 domestic customers, and 9,000 non-domestic customers, has ceased to trade. Under Ofgem’s safety net, the energy supply of Hub Energy’s customers will continue and outstanding credit balances of domestic customers will be protec

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The Energy Saving Trust has today revealed 32 new charity-run projects that will receive funding through Ofgem's Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme. Each project will help lift households out of fuel poverty and enable them to transition to a low carbon future.

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Energy prices are set to rise by as much as £97 for millions of consumers in April as a result of changes in wholesale energy prices, regulator Ofgem said today. When wholesale prices fell sharply last year in the wake of the first lockdown, the level of the price cap fell by £

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Ofgem has proposed a fine of £100,000 to Symbio Energy £100,000 for making four late payments into UK Government renewables schemes, including Feed-in Tariff (FIT) payments and the Renewables Obligation (RO) scheme. The fine would be reduced to £85,000 if Symbio agrees to

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Ofgem has recommended the creation of an independent body to help lead the path to net-zero at the lowest cost to consumers. The body would be fully separated from National Grid and run the electricity system, helping to charge millions of electric vehicles and enabling a huge increase in renewable

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Families in Govan have been given a winter warmer with news of a £200,000 energy boost for the community. The cash sum is to be used to employ energy advisors to help people slash their fuel bills.

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A new fund to support charity initiatives that reduce the climate change impact associated with energy use has been launched today by the Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme. Managed and delivered by Energy Saving Trust, the Energy Redress Scheme collects voluntary payments from ener

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Ofgem has launched an investigation into whether Scottish Power breached rules around obligations to install smart meters for domestic consumers in 2019. Under the government’s smart metering implementation programme, suppliers are required by their licences to take all reasonable steps to rol

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