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How to terminate an energy contract with your utility supplier?

Knowing how to terminate your business energy contract is extremely important. While the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers in the United Kingdom (British Gas, EDF Energy, EON, Npower, Scottish Power, and SSE) have permanently stopped “rolling over” their customers to a new energy contract, a bulk of the U.K.’s energy suppliers continue to practice this. Unless …

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Everything you need to know about the feed-in tariff scheme

In 2019, the average electricity bill for households in the United Kingdom reached approximately  £1,289 per year — that’s significantly higher than the annual cost for water. Unfortunately, electricity is something that households cannot live without. Electricity will always be an expense. The upside, however, is that many households can opt to generate their own …

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GREEN INITIATIVES THAT WILL FUTURE PROOF YOUR BUSINESS

“Going green” is a choice that your business can make today. With global warming at the forefront of government policy, your business must take part in supporting initiatives that are designed to combat the effects of climate change. Not only will you be able to contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions on a global scale, …

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HOW DOES GLOBAL WARMING AFFECT MY BUSINESS

Business is never easy. Aside from facing uncertainty about the company’s future, business owners are faced with never-ending challenges concerning regulation and compliance, financial management, data privacy, and much more. Business is hard as it is, but there is another factor that business owners have to brace themselves for: global warming. The effects of climate …

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NO STANDING CHARGE TARIFF & WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR YOUR BUSINESS

What is a standing charge? The standing charge is the amount that businesses pay each month to their utility suppliers for the cost to physically supply electricity and gas to their establishments. In general, it is the cost that businesses have to pay to stay connected to the energy network. Basically, the standing charge is …

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WHAT IS THE CLIMATE CHANGE LEVY AND DO BUSINESSES HAVE TO PAY THEM?

The UK government has implemented several measures to respond to the global climate crisis. Among them are taxes designed to encourage businesses to become more responsible and environmentally-friendly with their day-to-day operations.   If you’ve gone months – even years – without checking the breakdown of your business utilities bill, you may be surprised to find …

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New Smart Meter Targets Set by Government may be Impossible to Achieve for Energy Firms

New Smart Meter Targets Set by Government may be Impossible to Achieve for Energy Firms

NEW SMART METER TARGETS SET BY GOVERNMENT MAY BE IMPOSSIBLE TO ACHIEVE FOR ENERGY FIRMS Publish on: 12/17/19 12:04 PM Written by Watt Utilities Team The UK Government has originally planned to roll out smart meters to all homes by 2020, which was later pushed back another four years to have 2024 deadline. However, UK …

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