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Delays posed by Brexit

Delays posed by Brexit

Experts have warned that by a government decision to quit Europe’s atomic power treaty, Britain’s first nuclear power station, in two decades, will be delayed. Ministers revealed on Thursday, that Brexit would involve the UK leaving Euratom, which encourages research ...

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EDF buys UK wind project from rival company E.on

EDF buys UK wind project from rival company E.on

The renewable arm of EDF has agreed to buy a wind project in the Highlands of Scotland from rival energy firm E.on. The Highland Council gave consent to build the 11-turbine Corriemoillie project in March 2011. It will have a ...

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Engineering firm secure nuclear project contract with EDF

Engineering firm secure nuclear project contract with EDF

Engineering firm Amec Foster Wheeler has secured a nine-year contract with power provider EDF Energy. The company will provide project management services for all of EDF’s nuclear power stations as well as the technical offices in Gloucester and East Kilbride ...

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EDF wins largest annual electricity contract in UK

EDF wins largest annual electricity contract in UK

The UK Goverment’s Crown Commercial service, which has the largest energy contract in the country, has renewed it’s agreement with EDF Energy. The contract, which is over 4 years, will supply electricity to around 8,000 public buildings and sites across central ...

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EDF launches a smart thermostat system

EDF launches a smart thermostat system

  A smart thermostat system has been launched by EDF which will allow customers to control their heating remotely. The system called Heatsmart, will allow customers to set up a heating routine via an app meaning that they can set ...

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Ed Davey declares that UK winter fuel supply is secure

Ed Davey declares that UK winter fuel supply is secure

Despite a string of planned outages, the UK winter energy has been declared secure by the energy secretary Ed Davey. Speaking in the House of Commons on Thursday, Ed Davey said that the outages at EDF Energy’s Heysham-1 and Hartlepool nuclear power ...

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Energy complaints hit 5.6 million, Which? calls for market fixes

Energy complaints hit 5.6 million, Which? calls for market fixes

Which? revealed that complaints against the big six energy suppliers have collectively reached 5,579,665  million for 2013 and as a result is calling for six fixes to the energy market today. Npower received the most complaints at 1.4 million, but had ...

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Co-op Energy announces it will reduce price rise in expectation of green and social levy cuts

Co-op Energy announces it will reduce price rise in expectation of green and social levy cuts

Co-op Energy have announced it will scale back it’s price rise to an average of 2.5%, from it’s original announced rise of 4.5% last week. The decision has been made in expectation of the goverment’s removal of green and social ...

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EDF and SSE come top in customer satisfaction survey

EDF and SSE come top in customer satisfaction survey

EDF and SSE have ranked the best in the National Customer Satisfaction Index (NCSI) of the major energy suppliers in the UK. EDF’s satisfaction rating rose from 65% last year, to 71% in 2013. SSE also received a 71% satisfaction ...

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