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Electricity policy costs deter transition to low carbon tech

Electricity policy costs deter transition to low carbon tech: The application of policy costs onto the electricity bill is a significant disincentive to electrify and transition to newer low-carbon heating technologies, according to a new insight paper from Cornwall Insight – Who pays for supporting the net zero transition? Funded through customer electricity bills The…
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18 energy suppliers overcharged more than 1m customers

18 energy suppliers overcharged more than 1m customers: More than one million customers have been overcharged by almost 18 energy suppliers as they failed to follow price protection rules. This found that customers were overcharged over £7.2 million as suppliers failed to protect prices when they decided to switch tariiffs or companies, this is according…
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Uptake of Time of Use tariffs still low, but set to increase

Uptake of Time of Use tariffs still low, but set to increase: Research from Cornwall Insight’s ‘Connected homes insight service’ has found both suppliers and consumers have made tentative steps to explore Time of Use (ToU) tariffs. However, adoption of these tariffs is anecdotally low at the moment, and ambitious innovation and slow industry processes…
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