An intelligent energy management system is being developed in Nottingham to optimise clean technology including a fleet of electric vehicles (EVs), battery storage and solar.
Ten energy suppliers that failed to meet the late payment deadline for Renewable Obligations (RO) have now either gone bust or had their licence revoked.
Yorkshire Energy has ceased to trade, becoming the latest small supplier casualty of 2020.
We take a look at how accurate our energy experts predictions for 2020 have proven.
Mutualisation of Renewables Obligation triggered for third year as suppliers struggle to meet payment deadlines
For the third year in a row, mutualisation of Renewables Obligations (RO) has been triggered according to Ofgem.
Ofgem has issued final orders to three energy suppliers for failing to pay £15 million in Renewables Obligation (RO) and Feed-in Tariff (FiT) payments.
Ofgem is to introduce new licence rules for suppliers designed to support vulnerable customers.
Tonik Energy has become the latest small supplier to go bust just weeks after failing to pay its Renewable Obligation (RO) fees.
Ofgem is consulting on issuing seven suppliers with final orders over £34 million in outstanding Renewable Obligation (RO) and feed-in tariff (FiT) levelisation fees.
Independent energy consultant Stephen Cirell takes a look at the recent closures of local authority energy companies and asks what can be learnt about the market from them?
The risk of Renewable Obligation (RO) mutualisation has grown, as the supply market continues to be challenging.
“Careful planning” and monitoring of financials is helping People’s Energy to thrive in the turbulent supply market.
Together Energy has acquired Bristol Energy’s customer book, systems and brand for £14 million.
Council owned energy supplier Beam Energy has announced its intention to sell its customer book, and shift its focus to renewable energy.
Centrica’s British Gas has bought Robin Hood Energy’s customer base for an undisclosed sum.
Nottingham City Council is holding a virtual meeting today (27 August) to work out the next steps for its beleaguered supplier Robin Hood Energy.
Nottingham City Council has written off its energy supplier Robin Hood Energy’s £24 million debt.
Power for People's director Steve Shaw talked to Current± about the need for the bill, the next steps and why its such an effective route for change.
Bristol City Council is selling off Bristol Energy following the supplier facing “unprecedented challenges”.
Digital supplier Pure Planet has launched a new fixed tariff during a turbulent time for smaller suppliers.