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Muuvo & Rebel Energy supply fair costs & green energy

Muuvo & Rebel Energy supply fair costs & green energy: Free to use platform Muuvo partners with Rebel Energy to provide fair pricing and green and sustainable energy solutions Muuvo, the fast growing, free to use, utility technology platform has partnered with Rebel Energy to offer tenants and home movers a fixed price green energy…
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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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Cornwall Insight on January Default Tariff Cap forecast

Cornwall Insight on January Default Tariff Cap forecast: Data reported on Monday evening (20/06) from Cornwall Insight forecast that the Default Tariff Cap for Q1 2023 (Jan-Mar) will rise to £3,003 per year for a typical user, with the last quarter of 2022 Q4 (Oct-Dec) predicted to be £2,980. The rise means an average household…
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Plans may be scrapped for quarterly price cap

Plans may be scrapped for quarterly price cap Ofgem has been pushed to abandon plans for a more frequently reviewed price cap. The End Fuel Poverty Coalition, which represents environmental and health campaigners, trade unions and consumer groups, local authorities, suggests a quarterly price cap increase in January 2023 will “penalise” households. It disputes that…
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Cheapest fixed tariff energy deals £1,700 over Price Cap

Cheapest fixed tariff energy deals £1,700 over Price Cap: Research from Cornwall Insight using data compiled by Comparison Technologies, has demonstrated the average price of the least costly ten fixed price tariffs in April was £3,685 a year, £1,714 higher than the present Default Tariff Cap. The research, which examined deals for new direct debit…
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New members selected for Committee on Fuel Poverty

New members selected for Committee on Fuel Poverty: The Committee on Fuel Poverty has reported that 3 new members have been chosen whilst fuel poverty concerns soar all over the UK. Joining the committee for the coming three years are Liz Bisset, Belinda Littleton and Anthony Pygram. Liz Bisset has expertise on the effect of…
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Councils need additional support to stop fuel poverty

Councils need additional support to stop fuel poverty: The government has been called on to supply further help to local authorities to diminish the impact of skyrocketing energy bills on customers. End Fuel Poverty Coalition campaigners have outlined a plan proposing new legislation to block energy companies from charging over the lowest tariff for people…
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Severe hit on customers’ payment ability say energy chiefs

Severe hit on customers’ payment ability say energy chiefs: Customers in the millions are finding it difficult to pay their energy bills after a large increase in the price cap with average household gas & electricity bills soaring to £1,971 per year. Michael Lewis, Chief Executive Officer of E.ON, speaking in a session of the…
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Hopes fade for a significant price cap drop in 2023 & 2024

Hopes fade for a significant price cap drop in 2023 & 2024: Cornwall Insight’s Default Tariff Cap predictions for the Summer 2023 and Winter 2023/24 periods have risen by 15% in just two weeks. The figures, compiled from data as of market close on 12 April, show predictions of £2,284 (£2,040 30/03) and £2,233 (£2,001…
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Government need to fix interwar homes for fuel poverty

Government need to fix interwar homes for fuel poverty: The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has asked for a mass retrofit of 3.3 million homes that were built amid 1919 & 1939 to lessen fuel poverty as well as lower carbon dioxide emissions. The RIBA’s study advises virtually 17% of households in interwar suburbs,…
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