Solarplicity could have its licence to operate revoked after failing to pay feed-in tariffs to customers who generate their own electricity, the energy watchdog has warned. Ofgem, the government body that regulates energy providers, issued the utility company with a provisional order in May, ordering it to pay money it owed to feed-in tariff generators, or FITs. It also told the company it could not give preferential treatment in terms of feed-in tariff payments to FIT generators connected to the firm, either through its corporate ownership structure or directors at the company. Since then, Solarplicity has paid what it owes to these customers, but in recent weeks has failed to make other FIT payments that have come due.
Telegraph 10th July 2019 read more »