Tag Archives: UK energy suppliers

According to Ofgem’s latest data, there are 54 energy suppliers in the UK domestic energy market and this number is growing as there were only 12 energy suppliers back in December 2010. Out of the 52 energy suppliers, 46 are considered to be small energy companies making us question why new suppliers continue to enter […]

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Severn Trent Water (SVT) is a UK energy company which has changed the way gas supply is offered to homes. They are the first energy company in the United Kingdom to offer biomethane gas which is procured from the breakdown of “Sludge”. This sludge is an amalgamation of human waste compounds and decomposable matter. The […]

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Save on winter energy bills through the Cold Weather Payment

It is the winter months that pose the challenge of paying huge energy bills, which are blown up due to the home heating needs of the extreme cold weather. However, UK energy customers can leverage government schemes like the Cold Weather Payment to save on their energy bills and minimize their household budget. This scheme […]

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02 May 2018 Go Effortless Energy has launched May 2018 v1 which has replaced their April 2018 v1 tariff. Changes are now live and new tariff is not available for sale via any of the channels. Go Effortless Energy’s May 2018 v1 tariff prices are fixed for 12 months beginning on the day Go Effortless Energy […]

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How to check your eligibility for warm home discount scheme

Energy bills are rising with every passing day but UK households can still save on winter bills through the Warm Home Discount Scheme. We are going to discuss the eligibility criteria of the Warm Home Discount Scheme and how the scheme will benefit energy customers. As per the latest statistics, UK households are paying 5.3% […]

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Good News!! Ofgem to slay Pre-payment meter installation cost from Jan’18

One of the best things done by energy regulator Ofgem is to cap the Pre-payment meter installation charges. With effect from January 2018, this cap would help UK energy customers switch to pre-payment meters. Till now they had to pay up to £900 each for the installation cost which is a sum total of the […]

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