Tag Archives: ofgem

Ofgem ‘is failing to help consumers’

A committee of MPs have accused Ofgem of failing to ensure supplier profits are transparent. EnergyHelpline.com

DECC response to uSwitch story on energy tariffs

In response to the uSwitch press notice a statement from Minister of State for Energy, Greg Barker. Minister of State...

Ofgem urged to address standing charges facing consumers

Ofgem’s push for simplicity in the energy market is in danger of being derailed by a plethora of standing charges,...

Ofgem aims to tackle electricity theft

Ofgem has put forward proposals for new rules requiring suppliers to clamp down on electric. The industry detects up to...

Spark Energy under investigation

Ofgem has launched an investigation into Spark Energy in response to information it received regarding the supplier’s complaints handling procedures,...

Ofgem reforms to give consumers the simplicity they need

Ofgem has published detailed rule changes to deliver a simpler, clearer and fairer energy market. The proposals are grounded in...

New powers for Ofgem to tackle energy market abuse

The UK Government will implement a European Union Regulation to protect wholesale gas and electricity markets from abuse. The UK...

Ofgem respond to Which? research on energy tariffs

Ofgem have responded to the recent Which? research that reported government plans to simplify energy tariffs are still too complex...

Ofgem welcomes government drive for consumer value

Ofgem’s Senior Partner for Sustainable Development Sarah Harrison, said: “We very much welcome the Secretary of State Ed Davey’s endorsement...

Ofgem opens investigations into energy companies who failed to meet their targets

Energy companies achieve 99% of government energy efficiency targets Ofgem opens investigations into energy companies who failed to meet their...