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Switches between electricity suppliers hit an “unusual low” last month, the latest figures from Electralink have revealed. May saw the lowest monthly switches completed outside of the annual January dip since July 2017. Electralink has also predicted that the market share of the large legacy suppliers could fall below 50 per cent as soon as next year.
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Shifting low-carbon levies off electricity bills would not only reduce the differential between the running costs for heat pumps and gas boilers, but also strengthen the price signals provided by locational and time-of-use charges, a new report has argued.
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Energy supplier Npower has been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard in recognition of successfully reducing its carbon footprint year on year.
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A £35 million solar farm, thought to be the biggest in the UK, has been connected to the National Grid, its developers Lark Energy announced today.
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Water UK has apologised to Ofwat chairman, Jonson Cox, after one of its senior executives said relations between the regulator and the industry were still icy six months after his appointment.
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