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West of Duddon Sands windfarm has begun full commercial operations

West of Duddon Sands windfarm has begun full commercial operations

West of Duddon Sands offshore windfarm has begun full commercial operations, according to a statement from the Scottish Power on Thursday. The joint venture with Dong Energy worth £1.6 billion first exported power to the grid in January, part of ...

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Nick Clegg urged by Iberdrola not to jeopardise £10 billion investment

Nick Clegg urged by Iberdrola not to jeopardise £10 billion investment

Iberdrola bosses told Nick Clegg that the government must maintain a good regulatory environment to continue to attract investment. The chairman of Iberdrola, Ignacio Galán said that the company plan to invest £10 billion through it’s Scottish Power businesses over the ...

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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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Scottish Power price rise proves review into the energy market is necessary

Scottish Power price rise proves review into the energy market is necessary

Consumer watchdogs have said that the price rise by Scottish Power shows that the prime minister’s review into the energy market is needed. Out of the big six, four have announced price rises of over 8%, with the Co-operative Energy ...

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