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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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£2.7bn needs to be paid for energy supplier collapses

£2.7bn needs to be paid for energy supplier collapses Customers will more than likely wish to shoulder the £2.7 billion cost made by companies that exit the market in the recently past months. That’s one of the findings of a brand new report by the National Audit Office (NAO) which indicates Ofgem’s approach to licensing…
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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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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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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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18 million smart meters installed in UK homes!

18 million smart meters installed in UK homes! The UK’s electricity smart meter network has overtaken 18 million installations since the scheme began a decade ago. That’s according to the latest data from ElectraLink which displays the milestone was reached last month. The report suggests energy suppliers carried out nearly 186,000 installations in April –…
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Over a quarter of Brits to improve home energy efficency.

Over a quarter of Brits to improve home energy efficency. More Britons seem to be turning to energy efficiency upgrades for their homes as they face a steep rise in their bills. That’s according to the latest Office for National Statistics report which shows almost 26% of adults said they were considering making changes in…
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Fake Ofgem emails from online scammers

Fake Ofgem emails from online scammers As Britain’s energy crisis is spiralling, scammers pretending to be the energy regulator are sending counterfeit emails, asking people for their bank details. The UK’s national fraud and cyber reporting centre has said it has gathered more than 750 reports in four days about counterfeit Ofgem emails. Despite these…
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NI energy supplier reports 2nd tariff rise

NI energy supplier reports 2nd tariff rise: Households in the thousands in Northern Ireland will be hit by greater energy bills as the region’s biggest energy supplier has announced a new increase in its tariffs. Power NI has said it will raise its electricity tariff by 27.5% starting 1st July 2022. This means an increase…
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Almost £1bn paid on energy for schools

Almost £1bn paid on energy for schools Schools across England could be paying a predicted £1 billion a year for energy they use. That’s according to the news by the Labour party which implies that already stretched school budgets are struggling. The study discovered that secondary schools spend more than £161,000 a year on energy…
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