Energy Firms To Cut Bills After Govt Pledge

In response to a Government pledge to remove some taxes and social charges from bills, energy firms will pass the savings on to the customer and keep prices low until the next election.

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1,460 UK Jobs To Go At Npower

 

Npower has confirmed that 1,460 jobs are to go due to a major restructure in the business.

Most of its back office function and customer service will be outsourced to Capita and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) but the call centre will remain UK based.

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Energy UK Warns That Household Bills Could Rise By 50% Over Six Years

The energy trade body, Energy UK, has warned that household bills could rise by another 50% over the next six years, with the chief executive blaming government policies and network costs for increases.

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Energy Firm E.On Says Price Rise Looks Increasingly Likely

The last of the big six energy companies that is yet to increase energy prices, E.on, has said that it is "increasingly likely" that they will have to raise their energy prices.

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EDF Energy Latest Energy Supplier To Announce Increase In Prices By 3.9%

One of the UK's big six energy supplier, EDF Energy, has become the latest company to announce increases in gas and electricity tariffs.

The supplier has said its new average standard variable price from 3 January will be £1,300, a rise of £49 a year. Many of the energy company's 3.7 million residential customers are likely to be affected by the price hike.

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