Energy company, Solarplicity Utility Services has entered administration. Solarplicity Utility Services, as well as three subsidiary companies, is currently under administration this follows several winding-up petitions filed against the company by HMRC.

Back in February Solarplicity was briefly banned by Ofgem from taking on new customers, until it made service improvements. Ofgem did not confirm that order, but on 10 July it consulted on plans to confirm an order to the company to make overdue payments in respect of feed-in tariffs. The provisional order required Solarplicity to:

Earlier in the week Toto Energy acquired most of Solarplicity’s customers with around 43,000 of the firm’s 60,000 customers being be moved over the new provider.

Solarplicity was briefly banned by Ofgem from taking on new customers in February until it made service improvements. Ofgem did not confirm that order, but on 10 July it consulted on plans to confirm an order to the company to make overdue payments in respect of feed-in tariffs.

The company’s accounts are currently listed as overdue and five of Solarplicity-related companies were listed on the Companies Court Winding Up List on 24th July.

Ofgem orders energy provider to make customer service improvements