Eversheds Sutherland takes lead role as Ofgem hands down £2.4m fine to Npower

Energy regulator imposes fine after Npower missed deadline to install advanced electricity meters

Eversheds Sutherland has advised Npower on its £2.4m fine from energy regulator Ofgem, after the company failed to meet a government deadline to install advanced electricity meters.

Energy supplier Npower was fined for installing only 15,200 advanced meters out of the required 22,400 it needed to supply by the April 2014 deadline.

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