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London Power says it hopes its “renewed communication push” will attract more customers this autumn, after signing up fewer than 4,000 in its first nine months of operating. In July the Greater London Authority said due to the pandemic it was scaling back its marketing plans for the supplier, which is powered by Octopus Energy.
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Six in seven households dropped out of an Eon pilot programme to install heat pumps because the grants offered did not cover the cost of remediation work, the company’s chief executive has revealed.
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With five days to go before applications for funding from the Local Energy Assessment Fund (LEAF) scheme close, Energy and Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne has announced the first 82 local energy projects to win funding from the £10 million scheme. The 82 projects will share £4 million in funding.
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In a water white paper published last month, government pledged to shake up the water industry. It set out plans that would eventually allow all non-domestic customers to choose their supplier, exposing water companies to competition in many cases for the first time. The government wants companies to be more responsive to customers and the environment, but has it done enough to make sure water remains affordable, and will it give companies and customers the tools they need to manage demand? Have your say in our live webchat, starting at 3pm. The webchat will scroll in a "Cover It Live" panel immediately below this paragraph. To have your say, use the comment box in the panel - no login required.
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SSE is the next major energy supplier to announce a price cut. The firm will cut gas prices by 4.5 per cent as of 26 March and promised not to raise electricity prices until October at the earliest.
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Calor Gas, the UK's biggest provider of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) has announced plans to be the first rural energy supplier to become an energy services company (Esco).
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