Gas and electricity market suppliers have agreed to provide emergency measures that will assist vulnerable consumers in securing their energy supply during the coronavirus crisis.
Several reports warning Britons of impending power outages related to the coronavirus pandemic are incorrect and labelled as fake news, as suggested by the UK Power Networks CEO Basil Scarsella.
Challenger firm Igloo has announced it will be cutting as much as 30% off gas customer’s prices, varying according to the cost of distribution in different regions across the UK.
Millions of people in the UK and worldwide are now forced to stay home in efforts to stop the further spread of COVID-19. The coronavirus pandemic has seen a steep increase in the number of cases since the start of 2020.
The Energy Networks Association (ENA), through its Energy Networks Innovation Strategy, has listed its plans to centre current and future projects on the net-zero transition to achieve the legally-binding goal set by the UK government.
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.