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Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy Bills (21 May 2024)

Amanda Solloway: The hon. Lady makes an important point. Of course, the price cap is an issue for Ofgem. However, I would be interested to hear some of her suggestions and I am always happy to have a meeting on that particular subject.

Energy Security and Net Zero: District Heating Network Consumers (21 May 2024)

Andrew Bowie: I hear the passion with which the hon. Gentleman stands up for his constituents, and rightly so, given the circumstances that they find themselves in. We are introducing regulations with Ofgem powers to investigate and intervene where prices for consumers appear to be unfair, and to ensure that all heat network consumers receive a high-quality service from their providers. I am happy to meet...

Energy Security and Net Zero: Prepayment Meters: Compensation (21 May 2024)

Dan Carden: ...just outlined, only 1,500 people, out of 150,000, have had any compensation awarded at all. That is 1%, so why is the number so small? Could it be that the energy suppliers themselves, overseen by Ofgem, are deciding who is entitled to these payments? Both sat idly by as agents forced their way into people’s homes to install the prepayment meters.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Topical Questions (21 May 2024)

James Davies: I welcome Ofgem’s ongoing review of standing charges in electricity bills. In the North Wales and Merseyside region, the standing charge is 67.04p per day, compared to an average of 60.10p across the UK. Will the Minister commit to coming back to the House to provide further comment on this geographical variation once Ofgem has published the findings of its review?

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Question (21 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: While we expect levels of gas consumption to decline in the coming years, we are working to facilitate the least-cost pathway to a secure gas system and net zero future. The Ofgem price cap is around 60% lower now relative to its peak at the start of 2023. We are prioritising the impact on consumer costs in developing future gas policy.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Question (21 May 2024)

Marion Fellows: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, what discussions she has had with Ofgem on trends in the level of consumer energy debt.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy: Debts (20 May 2024)

Kenny MacAskill: ...Zero, pursuant to the Answer of 15 May 2024 to Question 25717 and to the Answer of 10 May 2024 to Question 24573 on Energy: Debts, whether an allowance for servicing consumer debt was permitted by Ofgem in any period before April 2024.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: District Heating (17 May 2024)

Amanda Solloway: ...network consumers is a priority for Government. The Government is introducing regulation, as recommended by the Competition and Markets Authority, to protect Heat Networks consumers. From 2025, Ofgem will be appointed as the heat network regulator. The regulatory framework will include standards for fair prices as well as additional protections to ensure that all heat networks consumers...

Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: Company Investigations: Disclosure of Information (17 May 2024)

Lord Tyrie: To ask His Majesty's Government in each of the past three years how many times (1) OFCOM, (2) OFGEM, (3) the Competition and Markets Authority, and (4) the Financial Reporting Council, have exercised the power to disclose the identity of persons under investigation.

Transport: Topical Questions (16 May 2024)

Allan Dorans: New evidence shows that Ofgem’s targeted charging review has led to significant increases in public electric vehicle charger standing charge rates, which are passed on to the consumer. In one site in northern Scotland, costs have increased from £315 to £809 per day. What will the Minister do to regulate the cost of electric vehicle charging nationally?

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Flats: Energy (16 May 2024)

Amanda Solloway: ...-size-fits-all solution. Due to the physical set-up of multiple-dwelling developments, most consumers will remain on non-domestic contracts and will not have individual meters. The Department and Ofgem are addressing some concerns, including raising awareness of the Maximum Resale Price Protection to increase compliance. We will continue engaging stakeholders to determine if further action...

Transport: Topical Questions (16 May 2024)

Allan Dorans: New evidence shows that Ofgem’s targeted charging review has led to significant increases in public electric vehicle charger standing charge rates, which are passed on to the consumer. In one site in northern Scotland, costs have increased from £315 to £809 per day. What will the Minister do to regulate the cost of electric vehicle charging nationally?

Prepayment Meters - Question (14 May 2024)

Lord Callanan: ...impacted get the compensation they deserve. Of those, around 2,500 customers have been identified as requiring compensation, and 1,502 payments worth £342,000 have been made so far. We engage with Ofgem regularly to ensure that suppliers compensate remaining customers promptly.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: District Heating (10 May 2024)

Amanda Solloway: We are introducing regulation from 2025 to appoint Ofgem as the heat network regulator. They will have powers to investigate and intervene on networks where prices for consumers appear to be unfair. Ofgem will consult on pricing regulation later in 2024 and price benchmarking will come into force in 2026.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy: Debts (10 May 2024)

Kenny MacAskill: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, pursuant to the Answer of 1 May 2024 to Question 23954 on Energy: Debts, what allowance for servicing consumer debt is permitted by Ofgem in setting the level of the Default Tariff Cap.

Written Answers — Treasury: Debt Collection ( 9 May 2024)

Baroness Vere of Norbiton: ...the collection of these debts, including the expectation for firms to establish the correct identity, where this is disputed. On 18 March 2024 the UK Regulators Network (UKRN), including the FCA, Ofgem, Ofwat and Ofcom, published joint guidance which sets out their expectations for firms’ debt collection practices across their respective sectors. This is to ensure that firms support...

Scottish Parliament: New Energy Infrastructure in the North of Scotland ( 2 May 2024)

Audrey Nicoll: ...network legislation and regulations are reserved to the UK Government, with the electricity system operator responsible for electricity planning across Great Britain and closely regulated by Ofgem. The pathway to 2030 project sets out the plan for new grid investment, connecting renewable energy to homes and businesses across the UK. The commitment that has been made by SSEN...

National Grid: Pylons — [Mrs Pauline Latham in the Chair] ( 2 May 2024)

Dave Doogan: ...across GB who are similarly affected, and it is not fair to our collective ambition to decarbonise our energy system. Undoubtedly, because of the complacency of the ESO—goodness knows what Ofgem was doing throughout all this—there will be planning appeals, delays and public inquiries. Where does that leave our ambitions for net zero? For context, Scotland generates 11.4 GW from...

5. Debate on the Petitions Committee Report, 'A Warmer Winter: P-06-1326 The Senedd should scrutinise the prepayment meter scandal in Wales' ( 1 May 2024)

Jack Sargeant: ...way you did to the report. The Cabinet Secretary today outlined that the recommendations are in line with Welsh Government policy positions, and it was really good to hear that you have written to Ofgem to request an early meeting with the chair and the executive team there, particularly around standing charges, which I know are of interest to many. Sioned Williams and I, on the day this...

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 1 May 2024)

Rishi Sunak: I understand that an agreement has now been reached to ensure that radio teleswitch services will continue until June next year. Ofgem is also engaging with energy suppliers on their plans to support consumers through the transition. While households currently covered by the service should not be disadvantaged by the switch-off, energy suppliers are best placed to advise on tariffs for those...


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