Council energy supplier threatened with licence revocation

By Martin Ford | 02 October 2019

A watchdog has threatened to revoke the licence of a council-owned energy firm.

Robin Hood Energy, which is wholly-owned by Nottingham City Council, is one of four companies that missed a September 1 deadline to pay a ‘renewables obligation’ that has been named by Ofgem.

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