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10 November 2017 In partnership with Derby City Council, Robin Hood Energy has launched a new brand called RAM. RAM Energy are a not-for-profit energy provider created by Derby City Council for the people of Derby and the Midlands. Their aim is to offer customers low cost tariffs. All their products have now been updated on our site on enquire mode. RAM Energy – RAM Energy Variable RAM Energy – RAM Energy Variable Paper Bill RAM Energy – RAM Energy Prepay RAM Energy – RAM Energy Fixed RAM Energy – RAM Energy Fixed Paper Bill RAM Energy – RAM Energy Fixed Plus RAM Energy – RAM Energy Fixed Plus Paper Bill

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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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28 November 2017 Zebra Energy has launched Zebra Fixed Rate 12 Months v10 which has replaced their Zebra Fixed Rate 12 Months v9 tariff. Changes are now live on our website and new tariff is available for sale (except MANWEB region) via internet channels only. Zebra Fixed Rate 12 Months v10 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. This is an online-only tariff, which means that you must be prepared to manage your account online. This involves receiving and viewing your bills online, providing meter readings online and carrying out general correspondence online. 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 […]

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According to BusinessGreen, George Osborne believes shale gas production could create wealth funds for north of England. A plan to generate new shale gas tax revenue could be deployed as a UK sovereign wealth fund. Ed Davey, energy and climate change secretary, said that the fund could be set-up once commercial production Starts. He said, “It’s about storing the financial benefits of shale production and putting it towards a low-carbon energy future. He went on to add, “Its part of our strategy to strengthen our security of supply in a cost-effective way”. According to a spokeswoman at the DECC (Department of Energy and Climate Change), the fund size will be decided by the scale of resources. She also stated that the benefits to the communities, who host shale gas production, are an addition to the existing on offer – lump sum of £100,000 for each test completed successfully, plus 1% […]

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Experts at the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) have made it be known promises of lower prices were “lacking in evidence” and were “hype”. The Whitehall Treasury Department continued with the emphasis Shale Gas and its potential was “too big to ignore” The UKERC authored report expressed concerns of Shale Gas, which is a natural form gas extracted from rocks deep underground by machine and chemicals (fracking), was at a stage too early to conclude its viability. They went on to further state Shale Gas was unlikely to give a noticeable difference in energy prices experienced by householders or to the security of future supplies. Those that are in favour of fracking point to America and exclaim as the fall in energy prices in the US to where it has now become a net exporter of gas. On the reverse, critics cite the environmental damage and consequence fracking could have […]

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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 9% of all UK electricity, there has been a 70% rise in jobs in the wind power industry since 2010 according to the data from trade body RenewableUK. The wind power industry attracted £2.6bn of investment in 2013-14, of which £1.1bn remained in the UK. As wind is the cheapest clean energy, new British jobs will be undermined and customer bills will increase because of that the Conservative party’s “ideological” opposition to onshore turbines says Davey. “We have had a major leap forward in recent years and there is a really good story to tell,” […]

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