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Payments made to households using energy off-peak

Payments made to households using energy off-peak Homes across the UK may be soon paid to use less energy at peak times. The scheme begun by National Grid aims to boost the grid’s resilience, stop the danger of blackouts and slash household carbon dioxide emissions. The initiative is made to set up families with smart…
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Hospitals £1.4m loss due to dangerously rising energy costs.

Hospitals £1.4m loss due to dangerously rising energy costs. The energy catastrophe seems to have a significant difference on the UK’s health sector. A hospital trust has estimated that it may have a £1.4 million loss this financial year as a conclusion of “inflationary pressures” relating to huge energy bills. In its current public board…
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Protection measures for customers credit balances.

Protection measures for customers credit balance. The boss of Octopus Energy has slammed proposals to ringfence energy customers’ credit balances. On Monday, the regulator set out measures to protect customers balances and improve the resilience of energy retailers. Since the start of the energy disaster in September last year, 29 energy suppliers have gone bankrupt…
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Energy supplier to “immediately provide” financial info.

Energy supplier to “immediately provide” financial info. Ofgem has arranged UK Energy Incubator Hub Ltd, once known as Euston Energy, to urgently supply financial and other info associated to the company’s activities. The regulator stated the company, which is a domestic supplier with nearly 3,000 customers must urgently reveal this information. The supplier works under…
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Rising energy costs stop Aberdeen swimming pool

Rising energy costs stop Aberdeen swimming pool Aberdeen pool will be temporarily shut down due to the rising energy bills, a charity in Aberdeen implied. Sport Aberdeen stated if energy constraints improve, the pool may reopen next spring. A recent survey by the not-for-profit body ukactive discovered that nine-in-ten public pool operators prepared to cut…
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Is it possible for energy companies to safeguard customers?

Is it possible for energy companies to safeguard customers? How could energy companies protect their customers’ credit balances among the major energy crisis? It has been said that Chris O’Shea, Chief Executive of Centrica, during the company’s annual general meeting last week, slammed “newer, larger UK energy firms” for not supporting his proposals on the…
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Octopus attempts to take over Bulb

Octopus attempts to take over Bulb Octopus Energy has reportedly introduced a last-minute bid to take over Bulb, which listed special administration in November. The company, which was the largest of more than two dozen energy suppliers that went bankrupt in the past year, was put into this regime after the government stepped in appointing…
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Renters may not benefit from the £400 energy grant

Renters may not benefit from the £400 energy grant More than half a million people could miss out on the government’s help for rising energy bills. Citizen’s Advice has advised that private renters have a possibility that they may not benefit from this discount as their landlords might pocket the money. The charity indicates households…
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High fuel prices will remain for a while to come.

High fuel prices will remain for a while to come. The Prime Minister has stated today, prices of fuels may stay at a high level for a while Boris Johnson has stated in a speech on the cost of living, housing and the war in Ukraine “Price of oil and gas looks likely to remain…
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Customers could be paying above £2,900 on energy bills.

Customers could be paying above £2,900 on energy bills. Millions of customers could be paying above £2,900 a year by January next year on energy bills. The recent developments in regards to recent Russian oil sanctions and gas supplies being cut to several European markets have forced analysts from Cornwall Insight to increase their price…
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