The pause button has been hit on the smart meter rollout during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a statement released today, energy regulator Ofgem has announced it is to review its work plans for 2020 in light of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
As the world struggles to cope with the current COVID-19 crisis, the energy sector is adjusting to ensure a secure, reliable supply and a protected workforce.
UK suppliers along with the government have agreed on emergency measures to help protect consumers and ensure their power stays on throughout the current pandemic.
GridBeyond's head of market strategy Eamonn Bell talks through Ofgem's Targeted Charging Review, looking at everything, from what it means for the energy sector to who will be effected.
Beleaguered small energy provider GnERGY has now ceased trading, following struggles to pay its debt to Ofgem.
Ofgem has published an update on the Significant Code Review (SCR), having narrowed down the potential policy changes that will be included.
Ofgem has issued five supplier with final orders after they failed to become Data Communications Company (DCC) users.
Ofgem has refreshed its innovation sandbox, taking on industry feedback to evolve the service.