Ofgem is consulting on issuing nine energy suppliers with final orders due to them being in breach of the requirement to be Data Communications Company (DCC) users. The suppliers are Ampoweruk Ltd, Better Energy Supply Limited, Daligas Limited, Enstroga Ltd, Entice Energy Supply Limited, Euston
Ofgem has opened an investigation into Utilita’s compliance with the pre-payment meter price cap and has issued Gnergy Ltd with a notice of failure to comply with a final order over unpaid Renewables Obligation payments. Ofgem launched the investigation into Utilita to determine whether it bro
Energy regulator Ofgem has written an open letter calling for fairer treatment for customers who are left in debt when energy companies collapse. Since the beginning of 2018, 14 energy companies have exited the domestic energy market. In this event, a Supplier of Last Resort (SoLR) is appointed, and
Ofgem has issued two energy providers with provisional orders for failing to demonstrate their renewables obligations. The regulator has ordered Nabuh Energy to pay £872,200.62 plus interest and Breeze Energy to pay £486,232.06 including interest.
Ofgem has issued a final order to Gnergy Ltd to compel the supplier to make the outstanding payment of £673,876.62 plus interest to comply with the Renewables Obligation schemes by 31 October 2019. Gnergy Ltd missed the original deadline to meet its Renewable Obligations and has not provided O
Energy watchdog Ofgem is proposing new reforms for existing suppliers to drive up customer service standards, reduce the risk of supplier failure and strengthen the safety net. Increased competition in the retail market has benefitted consumers with cheaper deals, put pressure on incumbent suppliers
Ofgem has appointed Jonathan Brearley, its current executive director for system networks, as its new chief executive. Mr Brearley will take up his new role at the energy watchdog at the end of February next year.
Record numbers of people have saved money after taking part in Ofgem's latest collective switch trial. Ofgem has revealed that around 30% of disengaged customers who took part in its latest simplified collective switch trial changed their energy deal.