UK transmission and distribution network operator SP Energy Networks starts testing its world-leading technology for fault detection designed to measure real-time electrical surge levels and enable ways to offset potential losses of power such as the use of additional energy-storing batteries.
UK energy regulator Ofgem is launching an investigation on the compliance of Western Power Distribution (WPD) regarding the updating of its Priority Services Register (PSR). The probe will find out whether WPD made any violations to the licensing condition.
Community energy and sustainability charitable institution Pure Leapfrog receives the approval for its Project Rewire-NW, winning a £21 million funding from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
UK’s energy regulator Ofgem, in an aim to promote transparency of Great Britain’s energy market to consumers, market players and other interested parties, regularly reports about the energy supplier’s performance and where they stand in the market.
The UK Government has confirmed its plan of phasing out the sale of polluting fuels such as wet wood and coal for domestic burning by 2023 in England. The act aims to clean the air and promote green fuels for households across the country.
To uphold consumer protection and reliability of the switching process, UK energy regulator Ofgem requires suppliers o pay £30 to customers as compensation for errors in switches and delays in refunding credit balances.