UK energy supplier

Woodland Trust Energy Launched in April 2013, Woodland Trust Energy is the baby of OVO Energy. It originated by a collaboration of leading gas and electricity supplier OVO Energy and UK’s largest wood conservation charity called Woodland Trust. The pact is that whenever there is an energy switch to Woodland Trust Energy, OVO energy would donate a portion of it to the Woodland Trust charity. It is an easy yet attractive method of promoting the use of renewable energy, which is the top most choice of UK customers that believe in conserving the environment. Woodland Trust Energy Fuel Mix: Coal Natural Gas Nuclear Renewable Other Woodland Trust Energy Tariffs: Woodland Trust Energy is a UK energy supplier that offers only two kinds of fixed tariffs for the entire year. The details of Woodland Trust energy tariffs are as follows: The New Energy Plan details: 15% renewable electricity as part of […]

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The Big Six energy supplier Npower displays a rather insincere behaviour by allowing its customers to fall into energy debts of up to £1,600. The company does not spot such customers or intervene in order to save them from falling under the trap of paying higher bills. In fact, many of these customers face financial issues and rather need cheaper energy deals so; gas and electricity suppliers like Npower are expected to alert them before they end up in such huge debts. This rather unbelievable trend was observed by UK’s energy regulatory body Ofgem, which pointed out that apart from Npower there are other smaller gas and electricity providers like Utility Warehouse, Ecotricity, iSupplyEnergy, and First Utility that show the same behaviour. These suppliers are observed to allow customers accumulate an average of £800 of debt for electricity. In many cases, the accumulated amount crossed £1,000 before the UK energy […]

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Amidst the energy price rises announced by the Big Six energy suppliers, there are some gas and electricity providers that want to make a difference. Economy Energy, an independent gas and electricity supplier has proposed the cheapest energy tariffs for customers who are bogged down by the expensive standard variable tariffs. The company that offers the Pay as you go and Direct Debit methods of getting cheap energy bills now announces some really cheap energy tariffs. The best part about this announcement is that it is right ahead of the autumn and winter months that are famous for raising energy bills to astronomical heights. With the announcement, you can expect to save hundreds of pounds on your energy bills and still keep your home warm and cosy. The UK energy supplier has always been considerate towards its customers and has provisions like emergency credit and family credit to offer uninterrupted […]

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Finally, the much anticipated move is made by the British Gas. The company that froze its energy prices even when its contemporaries were in a price rise spree has finally announced a 12.5% rise in its electricity prices. The Centrica owned company has kept its gas prices as it is. The change which will come in effect from 15th September will raise the dual fuel tariffs of nearly 3.1 million British Gas customers by 7.3% that is £76. By increasing energy prices the very popular UK energy supplier has ended its customer’s hopes of getting cheap energy deals and shocked the government. The price rise will result in pushing the dual fuel bill to £1120. This would prove as a blow for the energy customers who aimed at discounted energy prices. When British Gas froze its energy prices last year, it was revered as the most considerate of the Big […]

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There have been heated debates over energy price capping and the UK government has declared that it would take strict action to offer cheaper energy bills to loyal customers. The Big Six energy suppliers have always been under the scanner of the energy regulator as they are touted as big profit makers. Proving it again, SSE has turned out to be the highest profit making Big Six supplier. By clearly ignoring the warnings given by Ofgem and the government, the UK energy supplier has shown a record braking profit in the last year. As per the latest reports from Ofgem, the gas and electricity supplier has taken a plunge from 3.94pc in 2013 to 6.95pc last year. This is way ahead of the average profit percentage of the Big Six energy suppliers, which is 4.48pc. By doing so, they have proved that they have no empathy for its 7.7million home energy customers. […]

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The Big Six Supplier E.On has taken a commendable step towards helping the energy consumers face the chilling winter. Just ahead of the winter the UK energy supplier has offered free insulation of cavity walls and lofts. Unlike others, the gas and electricity supplier has kept the offer open for all; you don’t need to be a customer of E.On to leverage this wonderful opportunity. According to the E.On spokesperson, by insulating cavity walls and loft, an average British household would save around £285 a year. Most certainly, this is a lucrative offer especially when the insulation cost of £775 is bared by the Big Six energy supplier. By grabbing this offer, energy customers can save around £1,000 on their home electricity bills in the first year of installation. In the words of Michael Lewis, the Chief Executive officer of E.On, “By opening the offer up to everyone, no matter who supplies […]

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