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Sizewell C eyed by centrica?

Sizewell C eyed by centrica? British Gas owner Centrica is reportedly to have plans to join EDF in assisting the Sizewell C nuclear power station in Suffolk. According to Daily Mail, Centrica has arranged to take a stake in the project which is currently at a stage to appeal to new investors. A couple of…
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Government called to end standing charge

Government called to end standing charge Fresh calls have been made for the abolition of the standing charge on energy bills. A new survey by the campaign group Fuel Poverty Action (FPA) shows nearly 81% of customers back the idea of getting rid of the standing charge, the charge of about 44p per day on…
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Limited energy supplier options for disabled consumers

Limited energy supplier options for disabled consumers Disabled consumers in the UK experience limited decision and mindset of disempowerment when choosing utility providers. That’s one of the bothersome discoveries of new polling by the Business Disability Forum which displays more than six-in-ten people stated that their disability or access needs had made it more harder…
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£20.9bn to uphold grid capacity

£20.9bn to uphold grid capacity Ofgem has today planned for a gigantic £20.9 billion package as part of an leading five-year vision for building viable and economical regional grids. The investment will be split between 6 companies – Electricity North West, UK Power Networks, Western Power Distribution, Northern Powergrid, SP Energy Networks and Scottish and…
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Link between energy prices are temporary

Link between energy prices are temporary Linking electricity and gas costs can’t be the case forever. That’s the approach from the Business Secretary who discussed earlier during a session of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee about the government’s plans to provide further support for customers struggling to pay their energy bills. “One of…
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Japanese advised to turn off lights for saving energy

Japanese advised to turn off lights for saving energy: In order to save energy, millions of people in Tokyo have been told to switch off lights as Japan is struck by a heatwave. Japan had soaring temperatures for a 4th consecutive day as Tokyo’s heat broke almost 150-year records. In the capital, the temperature rose…
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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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Energy error may cause job cuts

Energy error may cause job cuts A primary school in Liverpool has informed there could be job cuts after the local authority’s failure to conduct responsibly a major electricity contract. The previous month, the local authority could put in £26 million on total energy bills after a mistake made when officials had not been acquainted…
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Late payment fees on energy bills introduced

Late payment fees on energy bills introduced Millions of ScottishPower customers have been informed that their energy bills may be alot higher if they delay paying them. The energy supplier has introduced a late payment fee as energy prices hit record levels and expansion hit a 40-year high. It has been announced that the new…
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Huge renovation of UK electricity market

Huge renovation of UK electricity market Boris Johnson has signalled the largest renovation of the UK’s electricity market since its privatisation 30 years ago. Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, the Prime Minister stated: “At the moment, one of the problems is that people are being charged for their electricity prices on the basis…
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