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18 September 2017 This afternoon we went live with a new energy supplier called Our Power which is available for sale via all Internet and telesales channels. Our Power is a new energy company established by Scottish social housing providers who want to make the energy industry work better for the residents and communities they serve.  Their aim is to reduce heat and fuel costs by finding efficient ways to operate, generating their own power and reinvesting any profits to benefit their customers and communities. 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 Our Fairer Energy Fixed to October 2018 Start Comparison Scottish Hydro £882.57 Scottish Power £837.93 Average £860.25

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15 September 2017 We have just gone live with a new energy supplier called ESB. ESB have been the main gas and electricity supplier in Ireland for more than 90 years, and have invested nearly £2bn in Britain where they’ve been working for over 25 years.  Their vision is to be easy to deal with, honest and transparent, and environmentally responsible. Their products are currently on apply on inbound channels only, 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 Fixed Variable Start Comparison Eastern £782.39 £1,138.02 East Midlands £772.80 £1,124.29 London £771.29 £1,146.23 Manweb £810.06 £1,166.98 Midlands £788.10 £1,142.25 Northern £794.15 £1,139.63 Norweb £791.90 £1,141.58 Scottish Hydro £872.49 £1,165.61 Scottish Power £797.59 £1,123.62 Seeboard £816.68 £1,161.20 Southern £806.94 £1,159.29 Swalec £802.83 £1,156.23 Sweb £815.75 […]

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15 September 2017 We have just gone live with a new supplier called Igloo Energy. Igloo Energy are a new UK energy supplier whose mission is to help make their customers’ homes smarter, more efficient and cost less to run. They currently have one variable product called Pioneer, 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 Pioneer Start Comparison Eastern £843.04 East Midlands £834.86 London £840.63 Manweb £884.89 Midlands £844.88 Northern £846.88 Norweb £849.89 Scottish Hydro N/A Scottish Power £875.66 Seeboard £872.63 Southern £847.54 Swalec £870.89 Sweb £898.87 Yorkshire £842.38 Average £857.93

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After keeping a hold on the already frozen energy prices and proving its loyalty to its customers, the biggest energy supplier in Britain, British Gas would be pleasing its loyal customers with extra discounts and perks. Sounds like a dream? Well, the supplier has actually planned to make announcement in the month of April to invest £100m in customer loyalty schemes. Under the programme, the company would be offering considerable discounts on energy bills or Sky entertainment packages. It seems like British Gas is doing everything possible to retain customers and please the government. Recently, the government urged the big suppliers to do something for their loyal customers. It could be anything starting from discounts to perks as most of the sticky customers are on the Standard Variable Tariff, which is the most expensive tariff offered by energy companies. Ofgem had also put pressure on companies to reduce complex tariffs […]

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Some of the Big Six suppliers seem frustrated by the warning given by the energy regulator Ofgem and the UK government to ease out energy prices. Scottish Power reacted to the situation by calling the UK government a mess and has asked the ministers to contemplate over the issues. Authorities at the Scottish Power have clearly stated that the government should choose between allowing free trade and full price regulation. The company with roots in Spain has asked the UK ministers to have a clear vision about the energy market. It wants the current government to take a stand on whether it wants to create a competitive market where the companies can increase or decrease the prices or it wants a regulated price system, like other countries. It wants a clear cut decision which can be utilised as a base for future decisions. Keith Anderson, the chief corporate officer of […]

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18 September 2017 Zebra Energy has launched Zebra Born Free Variable V3 and Zebra Fixed Rate 12 Months v7 tariffs which has replaced their Zebra Fixed Rate 12 Months v6 tariff. Changes are now live and the new tariff is available for sale via internet channels only. Zebra Fixed Rate 12 Months v7 tariff prices are fixed for 12 months beginning on the day Zebra Power starts supplying your energy. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. The estimated savings figure on the results table assumes tariff rates and discounts remain the same for a year. However, after the contract period Zebra Power will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Zebra Fixed Rate 12 Months v7. Below are the average prices […]

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