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.
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.
‘Shortcomings’ of Northern Ireland’s Renewable Obligations scheme highlighted despite renewables growth
A number of "shortcomings" in the design of Northern Ireland’s Renewable Obligation scheme (NIRO) have been identified, allowing the rate of return to be in excess of 20% for some generators.
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.
The risk of Renewable Obligation (RO) mutualisation has grown, as the supply market continues to be challenging.
The government has committed to protect suppliers from 80% of the increases in obligation payments for the second quarter.
Gnergy has been issued with a notice of failure to comply with a final order over unpaid Renewables Obligation payments by Ofgem.
Ofgem has issued a Final Order to supplier GnERGY, after the company failed to pay its outstanding payments for its Renewables Obligations (RO).