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Npower’s Bad PPM Service – Will It Ever Get Better?

Some customers find it more convenient to be under a prepayment meter (PPM) because they can top up the amount that fits their budget and needs. However, Npower’s PPM customers have had their share of woes regarding the supplier’s services.
With the number of complaints that the firm receives regularly, it begs to ask the question of whether Npower’s PPM services will ever get better.

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Heatwave Brought Water Fears to South East UK

Residents in the South East UK are facing intense worry amid the probability of their water supply drying up due to the heatwave and increased demand following the pandemic. Hundreds of homes were left with low pressure or no running water as high temperatures persisted to over 30C.

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The Good News and Bad from PSA’s 2019/20 Annual Market Review

Several insightful figures for the telecommunications industry have been discovered on the Phone-paid Services Authority (PSA) Annual Market Review for 2019/20. There have been positive indicators that show the market is growing, achieving a 2.4% progress from 2018/19.

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A Customer’s Nightmare – Incorrect Billing and Debt Collection by E.ON

Nightmares with E.ON’s billing services keep popping up in consumer group forums and social media, each one recounting the troubles that customers met with the energy firm. Here are some cases of wrongful billing and debt collection issues that their customers have to go through on a regular basis.

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How Doubts Over China Could Affect UK Power Generation

The UK energy industry could soon experience a shakeup, as pressure is placed on the government to review China’s involvement in the nuclear sector.
Previously, Conservative MPs have been successful in removing Huawei, a Chinese telecom giant, from British mobile phone networks by 2027. Now, the opposition is turning their attention to the proposed nuclear power station which will be built at Bradwell-on-Sea in the South-east, and is backed by China.

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£10M Hydrogen Power Test Project Given Green Light

In line with the UK government’s target of building a net-zero economy by 2050, the National Grid has unveiled its plans to build a £10 million Hydrogen Test Power facility that will heat homes and cut carbon emissions caused by heating.

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