Tag Archives: cheap energy bills

energy-bill

The government has announced that this winter an extra 200,000 pensioners will get help with their energy bills. The Warm Home Discount Scheme -is now worth £140 per household, paid by energy companies. Everyone who receives Pension Credit Guarantee will now also be part of the scheme. Although pensioner groups welcomed the move, they have […]

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lighting

With energy prices seemingly increasing every day, heating and lighting your home can seem very expensive. However, by taking ownership of your energy account online you could make a significant saving. Below, we explain how online energy tariffs provide a way to getting the cheapest dual fuel tariff possible. Moving to an online gas and […]

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home-electricity

The government is taking action in the energy industry, but what are they and what does that mean for all the consumers? Change in social funding – Social incentives such as the warm homes discount is now getting funded via taxation as appose to energy bills, allowing consumers to receive an electricity rebate of £12 […]

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customer-service

Ofgem has warned Scottish Power that it could face a sales ban unless it improves customer service. The company has to improve its customer service in the next three months, if it doesn’t, Ofgem will ban it from all proactive sales activities. Ofgem wants the company to improve on the following 3 key areas: call […]

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windfarm

Energy secretary says lack of turbines will raise consumer bills and Tory ideological stance is putting off investors The Conservative party’s opposition to onshore wind turbines risks undermining the creation of British jobs since new data showed 15,400 people are now employed in the wind power industry, warns energy secretary Ed Davey. While wind supplied […]

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ed-davey

  Energy secretary warns of damaging effects of Ed Miliband’s efforts to reform the energy market. Ed Davey warns that Labour’s energy policies are going to destroy the much needed certainty and stability of the industry. Speaking at a Guardian fringe meeting, Mr Davey criticized opposition plans to eliminate the energy regulator Ofgem and introduce […]

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