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26 September 2013
Energy Advice Line urges tenants to heed OFGEM advice and switch suppliers.
Tenants have been urged to heed Ofgem advice and switch energy suppliers to save an average £190 annually on their energy bills.Read more >
26 September 2013
Big Six should act on speedier switching, says Energy Advice Line
The Big Six energy companies should follow the lead of independent supplier First Utility by speeding up the process of switching suppliers, according to Energy Advice Line.Read more >
7 September 2013
Switching suppliers, not fracking, key to lower energy bills says Energy Advice Line
Switching suppliers will remain the best way to keep energy bills low following a warning that fracking in the UK is unlikely to drive down domestic gas prices, according to the Energy Advice Line.Read more >
5 September 2013
Clarity needed on EMR says the Energy Advice Line
Worried business owners need urgent clarity about the Energy Market Reform (EMR) after a survey showed that 75% of UK companies were deeply concerned about its impact on their operations, according to the Energy Advice Line.Read more >
19 August 2013
SSE commit to ending rollover contracts on business energy
SSE has become the latest of the Big Six energy suppliers to commit to ending rollover contracts as a default for small businesses.
It has been nearly a month since other energy suppliers, e·on and British Gas announced that they would make the move to stop rollover contracts, and e·on even went as far as calling for them to be banned altogether. Previously roll overs occur when most business electricity and business gas contracts come to a pre-determined end, and often mean over-inflated prices for the business.Read more >
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