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The industry regulator has opened an investigation into the proposed sale?by?Esso of?13?producing fields to?NEO Energy.

The post OGA opens investigation into billion-dollar Exxon, NEO Energy deal appeared first on Energy Voice.

26 October 2021 @ 10:39

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/> 197,000 installations occurred in GB during September 2021 – a 15 percent drop compared to the same month last year. September 2020 was the first month where installs returned to pre-pandemic levels.
This marks the second month in a row with fewer than 200,000 installations after post-lockdown months recorded increases after the removal of COVID restrictions which prevented engineers from entering properties, except for emergency visits.

The post Smart meter installations drop 15% year-on-year appeared first on ElectraLink.

26 October 2021 @ 07:26

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Small supplier Omni Energy has been suspended by Elexon from registering new customers after it failed to sufficiently reduce its credit cover percentage. The disruptor brand, which specialises in serving in prepayment meter (PPM) customers, previously warned it was “highly likely to cease trading”.

The post Omni Energy barred from registering new electricity meters appeared first on Utility Week.

25 October 2021 @ 16:08

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?Pivot Power, Wärtsilä and EDF’s 50MW/50MWh Kemsley battery energy storage system has gone live.

25 October 2021 @ 14:34

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25 October 2021 @ 05:18

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24 October
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Energy minister sees ‘no way’ net zero push can succeed without adding more of the fuel to the mix

24 October 2021 @ 10:00

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23 October 2021 @ 06:30

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22 October
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Ofgem has been threatened with legal action by a number of small suppliers which said they no longer have confidence in the regulator and have demanded redress for what they deem as its failings. In a letter written by Jo Gilbert, the former chief operating officer of the recently failed PFP Energy, Ofgem was accused of helping to bring the energy market “to its knees” and criticised for the way it has regulated the industry throughout the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic and the recent industry crisis brought about by soaring wholesale gas prices.

The post Ofgem accused of bringing energy market ‘to its knees’ appeared first on Utility Week.

22 October 2021 @ 14:40

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22 October 2021 @ 13:09

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?Shell Energy has been appointed by Ofgem to take on the customers of Goto Energy following the announcement of its closure earlier this week.

22 October 2021 @ 12:19

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22 October 2021 @ 12:00

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22 October 2021 @ 09:00

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This competition provided funding for English and Welsh local authorities to support them in enforcing the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) Regulations.

22 October 2021 @ 08:02

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Competition to support the development of innovative green finance products and services, enabling homeowners to decarbonise their homes and improve thermal comfort.

22 October 2021 @ 08:00

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22 October 2021 @ 07:30

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22 October 2021 @ 04:44

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22 October 2021 @ 04:06

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21 October
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The boss of a major UK energy generator-retailer has called for the scrapping of Ofgem’s price cap on domestic power bills. Interviewed by the BBC, ScottishPower chief executive Keith Anderson accused the regulator of not keeping up with developments in wholesale gas markets, where prices have soared sixfold this year, sending an estimated sixteen small Read more...

The post “Scrap the price cap”, urges Scottish Power’s boss appeared first on theenergyst.com.

21 October 2021 @ 17:31

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Registered providers of social housing can apply for funding to improve the energy performance of their social homes.

21 October 2021 @ 16:12

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The purpose of the Vaccine Taskforce (VTF) is to drive forward the development and production of a coronavirus vaccine.

21 October 2021 @ 14:04

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Shell Energy has become a supplier of last resort (SoLR) for the second time in a week following the demise of GoTo Energy. The failure of GoTo Energy marked the 16th time this year the SoLR process has been invoked and the 38th time since 2016.

The post Shell becomes supplier of last resort for GoTo Energy appeared first on Utility Week.

21 October 2021 @ 13:04

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Shell Energy has become a supplier of last resort (SoLR) for the second time in a week following the demise of GoTo Energy. The failure of GoTo Energy marked the 16th time this year the SoLR process has been invoked and the 38th time since 2016.

The post Shell becomes supplier of last resort for GoTo Energy customers appeared first on Utility Week.

21 October 2021 @ 13:04

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Summaries of advice given under the business appointment rules to applicants at SCS2 and SCS1 level and equivalents.

21 October 2021 @ 13:00

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Low-cost rail service Lumo inaugurated this morning its first London to Edinburgh service, with an inaugural train departing at 10.45am

The post Off to Scotland for £15: Lumo launches London-Edinburgh service appeared first on CityAM.

21 October 2021 @ 12:04

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One-way fares were advertised as being available from £14.90

21 October 2021 @ 11:45

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The energy price cap is likely to cost the industry around £5bn

21 October 2021 @ 11:08

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21 October 2021 @ 10:50

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21 October 2021 @ 09:30

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Experimental statistics on average road fuel sales and stock levels.

21 October 2021 @ 08:30

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Household Energy Efficiency Statistics, headline release (October 2021).

21 October 2021 @ 08:30

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Data to monitor the installation of energy efficiency measures in domestic properties via Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery (LAD) scheme in England.

21 October 2021 @ 08:30

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Today's gap is more than 25 times less than it was this time last year, and the lowest level it has fallen to since the introduction of the Ofgem price cap in January 2019.

21 October 2021 @ 08:20

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21 October 2021 @ 06:49

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I had £200 in credit that has not been moved over to my new account, and as my old supplier has ceased trading there is no one I can get in contact with.

21 October 2021 @ 06:42

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The recent crisis exposed deep flaws in the way the market was structured, top executive says.

21 October 2021 @ 04:00

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20 October 2021 @ 23:04

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Call for urgent review of price cap as wholesale spike threatens more supplier collapses

20 October 2021 @ 23:01

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20 October 2021 @ 19:34

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20 October 2021 @ 16:00

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20 October 2021 @ 15:06

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20 October 2021 @ 14:34

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