Archive for November, 2020

The ‘Smart Meter Rollout’ dictated by energy regulator Ofgem, requires gas and electricity suppliers to take all reasonable steps to roll out smart meters to all of their domestic and small business customers by the end of 2020. Having a smart meter installed is by no means compulsory, it is entirely the choice of the customer, however,[…]

The past 10 months have seen 5.1 million customers switch electricity suppliers – 3% less than the same 10 month period of 2019… However, despite the cumulative number of switches being lower, things seem to be on the up again, as October sees the highest rate of switching since April 2019. According to new data[…]

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With yet another lockdown looming, the nation is once again under instruction to work from home where possible and not leave the house other than for a limited number of reasons.   Whilst remaining at home of course has its financial benefits, (for example saving money on travel and eating out), as we’ve touched on before,[...]

In a further attempt to help vulnerable customers with paying their energy bills, Ofgem recently announced that the Energy Price Cap was to be extended until the end of 2021, protecting approximately 11 million households across the UK (including the elderly and most vulnerable) from being overcharged by their energy supplier.   WHAT IS THE ENERGY PRICE[...]