The national smart meter network operated by the Data Communications Company (DCC) now has over 17 million meters connected.
A new milestone has been reached in the smart meter rollout, with 17 million installations since the programme began.
Ofgem has confirmed that the mutualisation of the Renewable Obligation (RO) has been triggered, as continued turmoil in the energy supplier sector leaves a shortfall of £218,300,151.73.
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The number of smart meters installed in Britain has now reached 16 million, according to the Data Communications Company (DCC).
Pozitive Energy, SmartestEnergy, Utilita, British Gas and Yü Energy have all been appointed as Suppliers of Last Resort (SoLR) by Ofgem for the most recent energy suppliers to have shuttered.
The number of domestic energy suppliers has fallen by over half from 47 to 25 since the start of 2021.
Omni Energy, MA Energy, Zebra Power and Ampoweruk are the latest suppliers to go under as the supply market continues to shrink.
Ofgem has issued two energy suppliers with final orders and five suppliers with provisional orders over a total of £17.9 million of outstanding Renewables Obligation (RO) payments.