The UK energy regulator Ofgem has started an investigation of energy supplier Utilita following allegations of overcharging prepayment meter accounts and non-compliance with legal obligations in 2019.
A study conducted by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) has revealed that global energy use could potentially increase up to 50% between 2018 and 2050. The data also shows that developing Asian nations will be using up much more energy due to increasing demand.
The smart meter rollout campaign is a step towards Britain’s 2050 decarbonisation goal, but over one-third of households with smart meters still encounter several issues. These problems include technical glitches, display malfunctions, and others.
Small energy provider iSupply have been sanctioned by Ofgem to pay a fine of £1.5 million, for overcharging customers for their energy and hiding it from the regulatory body.
Neath Port Talbot council has approved the development of the world’s first net-zero carbon housing project in Wales. This project is set to build 35 homes that can produce more clean energy than they are expected to consume.
Small energy provider iSupply have been handed a fine of £1.5 million by energy regulator Ofgem, for overcharging customers and hiding it from the regulatory body.