A price cap is to be introduced this winter will curb energy bills for millions of customers, after receiving approval from Parliament last week. Continue Reading
New research has shown that over £863m of taxpayer’s money is being spent with ‘big six’ energy suppliers as local authorities appear reluctant to switch to smaller suppliers. Continue Reading
British Gas customers set for a 5.5% increase from the 29th of May in household bills which will raise the average yearly cost of energy to £1,161 for your average dual fuel consumer. Continue Reading
Iresa, a small energy firm based in Nottinghamshire, has been banned from taking on new customers for the next three months, or until noticeable improvements have been made in its customer service. Continue Reading
British gas has announced they will be scrapping their standard variable tariffs (SVTs) in a move they claim will lower the average bill for their customers, most of whom are on standard tariffs.
The British Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Greg Clark, has called for the energy regulator Ofgem to use its power to impose an energy price cap, in spite of there being a risk of a legal challenge from some suppliers.