Energy price cap is disincentivising energy switching

Energy price cap is disincentivising energy switching: Switching energy supplier by people is being disincentivised by the energy price cap. New research from comparethemarket has found, which reveals domestic energy market switching levels have fallen since the January 2019 energy price cap was brought into action. Levels have reduced it notes, despite the fact in…
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August energy switches 17% down on last year

August energy switches 17% down on last year: In August, across the UK almost half a million energy customers switched supplier. Thats 17% fewer than during the same month last year Energy UK has revealed, making a total of 471,441 switches. The yearly total for switches thus far is up to almost four million, around…
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Pre-payment energy bills nearly £390m overpaid

Pre-payment energy bills nearly £390m overpaid: Energy customers using pre-payment are overpaying energy bills by nearly £390 million a year. comparethemarket.com finds in new research recently published, which reveals that of the 4.1 million pre-payment customers, each are paying on average £94 more a year for their energy than they would pay on a standard…
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Financially underperforming non-domestic solar arrays

Financially underperforming non-domestic solar arrays: As many as 91% of UK solar arrays are financially underperforming, costing thousands of pounds worth of losses. That’s according to a new report by the independent power and energy consultant Roadnight Taylor, which suggests the most common issue of non-domestic solar underperformance is the poor photovoltaic (PV) output.  This affected…
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