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The All-energy conference had over 7000 attendees including four government ministers, making it the biggest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition in the UK. Over the two day period, a number of big deals were done such as Xodus Group and Atlantis Resources (a tidal energy firm) signing a Memorandum of Understanding to develop a […]

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Energy UK has launched the ‘Future of Energy” project which outlines how energy changes are impacting energy generators, utilities and consumers. The vision looks ahead to the year 2028 which is 20th anniversary of the Climate Change Act. In the next decade, the project commits to: Meeting the needs of the end consumers Delivering an […]

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The term ‘Big Six’ refers to the six energy giants dominating the home energy market in the UK. The energy giant companies include British Gas, Scottish Power, SSE, NPower, EDF energy and E.on. In recent months we have seen an increase in prices from all the ‘big six’ energy companies with the latest price increase […]

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SSE to pay £1 million for annual statement blunder

Between the period of June 2014 and September 2015, SSE sent around 1.15 million annual statements to customers which were inaccurate. As such, they will now pay £1 million into the energy regulator Ofgem’s consumer redress fund which is used to help vulnerable consumers and develop new energy products. Alongside the £1 million fine, SSE […]

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The big idea behind the energy price cap, which is to be set by Ofgem, is to get rid of “rip-off” energy tariffs as put by Prime Minister Theresa May. However the job given to Ofgem is not an easy one, as on the other hand they need to preserve competition and keep the incentives […]

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Effective 8th June 18, Ovo energy has increased prices by 5.1% affecting approximately 180,000 customers on its standard variable tariff. Ovo energy is one of the largest, outside of the ‘big six’, energy suppliers with approximately 800,000 customers, meaning the price rise is affecting around 22.5% of its customers. The announcement from Ovo energy is […]

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