SSE Networks (SSEN) yesterday submitted a 'final needs case' for the Shetland transmission licence to energy regulator Ofgem.
Britain's energy watchdog is scrutinising suppliers over their complaints handling after finding more than half of customers remain unhappy with how grievances have been dealt with.
The incoming energy price cap will save 11 million households around £75 a year on average under plans to cap rip-off tariffs at £1,136, energy watchdog Ofgem has announced.
Energy giant British Gas has paid out £2.65 million after regulator Ofgem found it overcharged more than 94,000 customers switching provider and wrongly imposing exit fees on thousands of households.
Energy regulator Ofgem is to increase the level of the safeguard tariff which protects five million households from being overcharged.
The UK's gas and electricity markets regulator has set out proposals to take forward reforms to support the introduction of millions of new electric vehicles to Britain's roads.
The former deputy chair of the competitions commission who recommended an energy price cap is the preferred candidate to take the reins at Ofgem.
Big Six energy giant SSE has been fined £1 million for issuing inaccurate and misleading annual statements to pre-payment meter customers between 2014 and 2015, regulator Ofgem has announced.
The energy regulator has launched a probe into Utility Warehouse over its treatment of customers in debt.
Ofgem has banned energy supplier Iresa from taking on new customers until it resolves a series of customer service problems.
Scottish Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has announced its intention to hold two consultation meetings to engage with the public and stakeholders in Stornoway over the viability of a renewable energy connection to the UK mainland.
Households are in line for a cut in their energy bills under new proposals from regulator Ofgem that would limit how much network operators can pay shareholders.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has submitted a case to Ofgem for the renewable energy connection of the Orkney islands to the mainland.
SSE and EDF Energy’s failed appeal to change industry rules has been criticised by a senior partner from energy regulator Ofgem.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has rejected an appeal by SSE and EDF Energy to pursue a change in industry rules on electric generation.
The UK's electricity and gas regulator has launched an investigation into Ovo Energy over information the company gave some customers.
Ofgem is to cap the amount suppliers can charge customers for installing a prepayment meter under warrant at £150 and ban the costs altogether for the most vulnerable.
The Business Secretary has refused to guarantee that flagship plans to cap energy bills will be in place by next winter.
Britain’s energy regulator has hit out at the £840 million cost of a network grid upgrade to connect the Hinkley Point nuclear power station proposed by National Grid.
The UK's energy regulator has selected a preferred bidder to owner and operator the offshore transmission link to the Burbo Bank Extension wind farm for the next 20 years.
A former shadow secretary of state for energy and climate change has called on the Government to agree to an immediate rebate for overcharging on energy prices.
Energy customers are subsidising £7.5billion in “unjustified” profits made by gas and electricity network companies because of errors in judgment made by regulator Ofgem, a charity has claimed.
The energy regulator is considering introducing a price cap on bills as part of new proposals aimed at protecting vulnerable consumers.
A new energy company which aims to give customers control of their gas and electricity has received its Ofgem licence.
A north-east MP is meeting energy bosses tomorrow to discuss the future of Peterhead Power Station.