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900k domestic customers affected by SoLR last 2 years

900k domestic customers affected by SoLR last 2 years

900k domestic customers affected by SoLR last 2 years: Analysis by Cornwall Insight shows that 1.7% of customers in the retail energy market have been with suppliers subject to the Supplier of Last Resort mechanism (SoLR) process. Between 2020 and 2019, 887,000 domestic customers were supplied by a company that exited the market via SoLR,…
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Electric motoring

Evolution of electric motoring in rally sponsored by EDF

Evolution of electric motoring in rally sponsored by EDF: From the Sinclair C5 to the Jaguar i-Pace – The Big Lemon London to Brighton electric vehicle rally, proudly sponsored by EDF, is set to be a showcase of innovation across electric motoring and clean energy. Among the 27 entries received so far, in addition to…
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EDF Energy to pay £6m to Ofgem from regulation breach

EDF Energy to pay £6m to Ofgem from regulation breach: After confirming it breached wholesale energy market regulations, EDF Energy Thermal Generation (EDF ETG) has agreed to pay £6 million to Ofgem. The regulator reported that between September 2017 & March 2020, EDF ETG frequently sent misleading signals to the National Grid Electricity System Operator…
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EDF introduces cheapest ever tariff toward EV drivers

EDF introduces cheapest ever tariff toward EV drivers: EDF Energy has initiated what it declares is its cheapest ever tariff for all drivers of electric vehicles (EVs). The zero carbon renewable ‘GoElectric 35 tariff’ delivers the cheapest off-peak rate available on the market at only 4.5p/kWh, which allows consumers to gain from cheaper electricity for…
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Ofgem accepts EDF’s last resort supply payment claim

Ofgem accepts EDF’s last resort supply payment claim: EDF Energy has gotten approval from Ofgem to claim as much as £4.2 million for costs obtained in acting as supplier of last resort (SoLR) to customers of previous company Solarplicity Supply Limited. The energy supplier is looking to claim certain added costs incurred after taking on…
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Comments on a month of Dynamic Containment

Cornwall Insight comments on a month of Dynamic Containment: On the 1 October, National Grid ESO launched its new frequency response service, Dynamic Containment. This is the first in a suite of new, faster-acting response services, designed to address significant deviations when they occur on the transmission system.   The rollout of this new post-fault…
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Sizewell B nuclear plant returns to full power

Sizewell B nuclear plant returns to full power: The 1,200MW Sizewell B nuclear station run by EDF Energy has gone back onto full power as delectricity demand returns to normal in the UK. The plant was run at half capacity for a period of four months to help manage the impact of very low power…
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Zenobe and EDF seal battery trading deal

Zenobe and EDF seal battery trading deal: EDF has partnered with Zenobe Energy to optimise and trade 59MW of its battery portfolio. The new partnership, includes contracts for supply and trading of energy and aims to extend Zenobe’s access to the wholesale market. The two companies are expected to work together on selecting asset trading…
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Hinkley Point C dust cloud released

A dust cloud has been released into the area when a silo at the Hinkley Point C nuclear reactor site was damaged, The silo, which is used to store ground granulated blast furnace slag, one of the ingredients used in the production of concrete, was damaged internally leading to the dust cloud being emitted. “At…
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