Tuttut, as you said in a previous post I have a short memory.
As far as I can see the disputed readings process continues. If PP say they have raised a dispute then in my opinion (see below) they will have.
The regulator has caused the "disputed readings" to be submitted as marc explained to you.
Although I understand your frustration I think you are going to have to wait for the results of the dispute before you take any action.
Something has clearly gone awry with the regulators reading, it's usually caused by a change of meter or the wrong meter info being used. The last time I used the word presumably it didn't go down well with you, so this time I'll ask directly, have those factors been looked at?
I've read through all my previous replies, and although I would be perfectly happy for you to quote any of them should this ever go to the Ombudsman, you need to bear in mind that as a customer of PP but not a representative my replies, and those of other community members don't represent
PP, they are my opinions. I might equally have said I think you can cure all of this by putting your head in a bowl of custard, but it wouldn't be the opinion of PP.
Feel free to screenshot this. @Marc
Marc's reply does however carry weight, he works for PP.
You can't be charged for gas you haven't used, I'm not sure what compensation you feel entitled to, as I see it you haven't had any losses yet, and Solarplicity haven't yet been contacted with corrected readings because it's still being investigated.
Your concern about your credit rating is valid, to cover that you need to send Solarplicity a communication asking them to put the account on hold until this is sorted (it sounds like they've done that anyway?)
I looked at @Marc
response and your figures
We sent your gas reading of 3,727 to be checked, and an estimate of 4,256 was returned to both suppliers to use instead.
Old supplier 4.2 per unit 9p a day standing charge
Pure planet 2.7 unit rate plus member fee.
(from your previous post where I asked you about the prices sorry had to find it as short memory) you claim Solar was 4.2 and PP was 2.7, but PP hasn't had a rate that low since October? Did you join before then?
to be fairer I'm going to use 2.9 and 2.7 for the moment which gives a difference of either 1.5p or 1.3p x approx 5900kWh= about £77 or £88, but Solar claim you owe £127 so it seems on the face of it you could make a payment of about £40 to £50 to Solar in the interim, and that way once resolved you'll owe them very little.
I forgot to add that the title of your post is incorrect, you haven't paid Solarplicity yet so they can't reimburse you.