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Ecuador approves electricity generation and investment law

  • 2024-01-12 07:09:52.875893
  • David Flin

Ecuador’s national assembly has approved a bill proposed by President Daniel Noboa to increase electricity generation and attract foreign investment to the sector.

EDF Energy to pay £6 million fine for breach of UK reporting rules

  • 2020-12-17 07:03:21.396469
  • David Flin

UK energy regulator Ofgem has announced that EDF Energy has agreed to pay a £6 million fine for breaching British energy market reporting rules regarding its power plant availability.

"Energy regulation, market intervention: what’s it all about?” A supplier’s view

  • 2017-09-28 10:10:19
  • Junior Isles

Doug Stewart, Chief Executive of Green Energy UK

When five former energy regulators, including Professor Stephen Littlechild, and the electricity regulator for the 10 years post-privatisation, are questioning the regulation of the energy market (as they did in 2015 as part of the CMA Inquiry), I tend to listen and take stock. Littlechild & Co said it was time to dial-down the level of regulation in the UK energy sector.  Whereas there’s a body of opinion, among consumer groups, some politicans and sections of the press who would suggest that even more regulation is required. In my world, I’d call it intervention.