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29 May 2017 We have just gone live with a new energy supplier called Nabuh Energy on enquire. Nabuh Energy are a new energy company that focus on prepay and direct debit tariffs.  By focusing on the latest technology they claim to be highly efficient and provide customers with market leading products. They currently have a 12 months fixed product with no exit fees. Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is monthly direct debit. Region Nabuh Energy Lite Rate Fix 12 Month Apr 18 V2 Start Comparison Eastern £951.49 East Midlands £947.33 London £976.49 Manweb £1,012.36 Midlands £969.81 Northern £976.98 Norweb £984.96 Scottish Hydro £1,016.47 Scottish Power £988.80 Seeboard £998.39 Southern £990.87 Swalec £995.81 Sweb £1,031.98 Yorkshire £964.35 Average £986.15

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After announcing price hikes for gas and electricity, the Big Six energy supplier E.ON has taken baby steps into the solar and storage market. The company boasts of a new consumer focussed offering in which it would install solar and storage systems for its own customers as well as the non-E.On energy customers, which believe in green energy sources. The E.ON said that by using its solar and storage systems, the UK energy customers will save 30% (around £300) on their electricity bills. In addition, the storage systems are capable enough to save up to £560 each year for EDF’s own customers. This would be an ideal deal for people looking for cheaper energy deals. Those who are concerned about the environment can also leverage E.On’s offer to save the environment through cheap energy deals. The E.ON has already launched its systems in Germany and Sweden. It plans to expand […]

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Paying for utility bills is a big reason for stress amongst UK households. There are many working families that face the financial crunch due to income crisis as well as increase in energy prices. A scheme that allows residents to grab the cheapest energy bills is supposed to launch in April. Called the Big Community Switch, it is scheme offered by councils that collect all the registration from people living in that area. Followed by checking all the usage information and other details, the councils invite energy suppliers to take part in auction and bid against each other. The one that offers the cheapest energy deal along with good service is selected and then the entire community gets switched to this supplier. It is done between a specific periods, which depends on the council. If you want to switch energy supplier through this method then you need to contact your […]

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The United Kingdom is not prepared for blackouts and burnouts! Even though Britain is facing an energy crisis and the ever increasing gas and electricity bills, they are certainly not ready for the loss of energy. However, experts suggest that if the UK energy market does not brace itself up for the changing equation between demands and production then it would have to bear intolerable outcomes. Whether it’s about UK household energy requirements, demand for business energy, renewable sources for low cost energy bills or smart meter technology, there is a transition phase going on in all these areas and the UK energy suppliers have to be ready for the changeover. The latest report from the think-tank Green Alliance brings forth the emerging issues of the energy market that prevents the customer from getting cheaper energy deals. As per the report, the political situation in the UK has been responsible […]

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Smart meters are, as per their name, the smartest way to deal with gas and electricity wastage. The electronic gadget is supposed to give accurate readings to your gas and electricity supplier which not only makes calculating power consumption smooth but also prevents any flaws or errors associated with it. In addition, the device reflects a household’s gas and electricity usage on its screen and alerts the household to stop making unnecessary use of their resources. In this way, it prevents the UK households from wasting power along with cutting down the energy bills. Smart meters are touted as the best devices to ensure cheaper energy bills. Whilst, this is how it is supposed to work, in numerous cases these meters have faltered and that too by a big margin. Some of the already installed smart meters have shown wrong readings, which displayed eight times higher value than the actual […]

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According to the reports by Citizens Advice, it is found that small energy firm Extra Energy has failed miserably in solving customer complaints. It has come bottom of the complaints league table consequently for the second time. The independent supplier that offers affordable home energy plans has not lived up to expectations of the customers. Contrary to this, SSE has got maximum satisfied customers with just 11.7 complaints per 10,000 customers. The Big Six supplier E.ON, which is renowned for offering expensive home energy plans, came a close second in the last quarter with a score of just 17.9 complaints per 10,000 customers. Compared to this, Extra Energy recorded 1231.2 complaints for every 10,000 customers and Business Energy Solutions was the next worst performer with 394.1 complaints. The biggest complaint for the supplier, which is famous for offering some of the cheapest energy quotes online, was that it did not […]

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