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EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BIOGAS RENEWABLE ENERGY

Biogas is a biofuel that is produced from the natural decomposition of organic matter. When organic matter such as animal manure, food scraps, and plant material is exposed to an environment wherein oxygen is absent, they release a blend of gases, particularly methane and carbon dioxide. This process is also called anaerobic digestion. Anaerobic digestion …

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SUPPLIED BY ONE OF THESE PROVIDERS YOU COULD BE DUE A PAYMENT HOLIDAY

The growing coronavirus pandemic, known as COVID-19, has forced the UK residents into self-isolation to stop the further spread and mutation of the virus, which could lead to energy bills skyrocketing once the situation escapes the worst. To answer this horrid reality, Big Six suppliers EDF Energy and British Gas have announced that families who …

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CENTRICA & ARBNCO TEAMING UP TO HELP PROVIDE SME ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Arbnco, a property technology firm based out of Scotland, has recently won a £641,000 contract from the UK’s government for the development of the Digital Energy Efficiency Platform or DEEP. This contract was awarded to Arbnco as part of phase two of an innovation contest, Boosting Access for SMEs to Energy Efficiency or BASEE. This …

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TECH ISSUE STOPS BRITISH GAS PREPAID CUSTOMERS TOPPING UP, OFGEM LOOKING FOR ANSWERS

British Gas customers aired their disappointment on social media over being unable to top-up prepayment meters via online or the app on 27 February, allegedly due to a technical issue. This issue follows the earlier controversy involving the Big Six supplier’s decision to cut its partnership with PayPoint to make an exclusive deal with the …

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UK GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES PLANS TO SAFEGUARD ENERGY SUPPLY TO CUSTOMERS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

The UK Government has announced its deal with all domestic energy suppliers relating to emergency measures to protect at-risk customers during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The agreement includes securing the power supply of vulnerable households to ensure that their service does not get disrupted in this time of crisis. Pay-as-you-go consumers will also benefit from …

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BULB CUTS DUAL-FUEL ENERGY PRICES, BUT NOT EVERYONE WILL BENEFIT

Challenger supplier Bulb Energy has confirmed its new average energy cost of £218 below Ofgem’s default price cap starting April. Bulb customers on the electricity and gas, or dual-fuel, the tariff will see a cut on their bills by £56 per year. While gas bills are bound to drop by £78 on average, electricity customers …

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ENERGY SUPPLIER PERFORMANCE: WHERE DOES YOUR SUPPLIER STAND?

UK’s energy regulator Ofgem, in an aim to promote transparency of Great Britain’s energy market to consumers, market players and other interested parties, regularly reports about the energy supplier’s performance and where they stand in the market. From consumer research to market indicators, Ofgem conducts performance monitoring of the suppliers and the overall status of …

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OUTFOX THE MARKET SET FOR LATE FIT PAYMENT

Ofgem issued a provisional order to small energy supplier Outfox the Market, compelling the company to pay over £600,000 for the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) scheme by 12th February 2020.   The FiT payment administered by the energy regulator is levied by suppliers to fund small-scale renewable generators. Should the firm fail to comply with its Levelisation Payment …

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OVO ENERGY FINED £8.9M FOR BILLING AND COMMUNICATION ISSUES

Ovo Energy was sanctioned by the UK energy regulator Ofgem to settle an £8.9 million fine into the voluntary redress fund due to the issuance of inaccurate and incomplete billing information to customers, and for overcharging domestic customers because of IT issues. The firm, which is poised to becoming UK’S second-biggest energy company following a …

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OPEN NETWORKS PROJECT: THE PLAN FOR 2020

Collaboration carves the path towards the growth and development of the UK energy industry. Key players in the sector have formed strategic partnerships throughout the years to add more value to energy products and services, enhancing the experience of consumers across the country. The Energy Networks Association (ENA) is one such organisation that represents network …

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