British power generation company Drax pursues its ambition to be carbon-negative by 2030 by ending its coal generation at the North Yorkshire power station next year, four years before the scheduled 2025 deadline for the UK to eradicate the sale of the polluting fossil fuel.
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.
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.
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.
Ofgem issued a provisional order to small energy supplier Outfox the Market, compelling the company to pay over £600,000 for the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) scheme by 12th February 2020.
Ovo Energy was sanctioned by the UK energy regulator Ofgem to settle an £8.9 million fine into the voluntary redress fund due to the issuance of inaccurate and incomplete billing information to customers, and for overcharging domestic customers because of IT issues.