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Gnergy Customers to be Supplied by Bulb

After failing to pay the debts it owed to Ofgem, the small energy providing company Gnergy has ceased trading. This comes after the firm was issued notices of failure to comply since it was not able to provide any assurance of meeting its obligations to Ofgem. T is the first small supplier that has ceased

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Elderly Facing Tough Choices Due to High Energy Costs

A new survey of 2,000 people above the age of 65 has revealed that over 60% of the elderly people would be rationing heating this winter due to fears of high energy bills. 2 out of 5 elderly people are also planning to reduce expenses on food to meet the increasing energy bills during winters, as per a study done by comparethemarket.com.

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UK’s First Electric Avenue Opens in Westminster

London’s Sutherland Avenue has been fully converted into the UK’s first Electric Avenue, boasting 24 lamppost charge points for electric vehicles.
The project called ‘Electric Avenue, W9’ located in Westminster was developed by Siemens, an engineering giant, in collaboration with the Westminster City Council and ubitricity.

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Energy Inequality: The Less Well-Off Use Less, Pay More

The price comparison site Compare the Market published a new study that reveals the low-income households pay £60 more per year on energy bills than those with higher income.

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Tech Issue Stops British Gas Prepaid Customers Topping Up, Ofgem Looking for Answers

British Gas customers aired their disappointment on social media over being unable to top-up prepayment meters via online or the app on 27 February, allegedly due to a technical issue.

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The Probable Impact of Brexit on the UK Energy Sector

Concerns about the possible impact of the UK’s Brexit on the energy industry were aired by several institutions, including the trade association Energy UK and Durham Energy Institute (DEI).

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