Ofgem seeks alternatives to forced PPM installs

Ofgem is exploring options to reduce the need for prepayment meters to be installed in consumers’ homes following the recent outcry over alleged supplier malpractice. Meanwhile the regulator’s chief executive Jonathan Brearley has called for installations to be reversed and compensation offered where rules have been broken.

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