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Ofgem protects businesses from missold energy

Ofgem protects businesses from missold energy

New powers have been given to Ofgem by the government to prevent business customers from misleading marketing from ‘rogue brokers’. Under the Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations (BPMMR), the energy regulator has the powers to “clamp down” on brokers ...

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EDF Energy is fifth in line to increase bills

EDF Energy is fifth in line to increase bills

EDF Energy has announced an average price rise of 3.9% from 3rd January 2014. They are the fifth of the big six to raise prices, and said they were holding back rising costs, including from the Energy Company Obligation (Eco) ...

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Ed Davey wants 24 hour energy switching to be a reality

Ed Davey wants 24 hour energy switching to be a reality

Energy Secretary Ed Davey says that he wants consumers to be able to switch energy companies within 24 hours. Speaking to parliament in his annual energy statement today, he said that reducing the time it takes to switch energy companies ...

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Goverment report shows that collective switching saves consumers £2.7m

Goverment report shows that collective switching saves consumers £2.7m

According to a new government report, collective switching schemes are saving consumers a great deal on their energy bills. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has found that participating households had saved a total of £2.7 million across ...

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Cheapest fixed energy tariff for M&S

Cheapest fixed energy tariff for M&S

Consumer group Which? has revealed that M&S is the top fixed energy deal on the market. According to a ranking of the five cheapest deals, M&S Energy’s Fix & Save came first at £1,139 a year, while Npower’s Online Price ...

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