Energy Portfolio Saves Their Customers Thousands with Bill Validation

Energy Portfolio Ltd is a third-party UK intermediary (TPI) that specializes in cost-effective energy procurement. It took too long for their customers to gain access to the data, and all the envelope opening and manual processing of the energy data impacted their client’s ability to pay invoices on time.

Yorkshire Energy becomes latest supplier to go bust

Ofgem will now choose a new supplier to take on Yorkshire Energy’s 74,000 domestic customers and a small number of business customers

Energy Price Cap extended until end of 2021

The government claims the move will see around 11 million households across the UK make savings on their energy bills

Octopus Energy appointed to take on customers of Effortless Energy

Gas and power supplier Effortless Energy announced it is ceasing trading earlier this week

More than two-thirds of corporate business leaders say they’re more environmentally focussed following COVID-19 outbreak

Over two thirds of Britain’s corporate business leaders say they are now more environmentally conscious in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, according to new research.

Ofgem to crackdown on ‘unscrupulous’ energy brokers

The new package of support aims to accelerate dispute resolution services and enable small businesses to switch more smoothly to another supplier

More than 200,000 households ‘set to fall into fuel poverty as economy tumbles’

That’s the suggestion from the End Fuel Poverty Coalition, which warns a second wave of the virus arriving during colder weather could be ‘catastrophic for individuals and health services’

Pre-payment customers ‘overpaying nearly £390m a year on energy bills’

That’s the suggestion from new research published by comparethemarket.com, which reveals 4.1 million customers are each paying on average £94 more a year for their energy than they would pay on a standard credit meter

What’s driven the recent drastic shift in UK power prices?

Our EDF experts explain.

Suppliers ‘must help businesses struggling with the coronavirus crisis’

That’s the verdict from Simon Askew, Utility Solutions Specialist at Business Energy Direct, who spoke to Energy Live News earlier this week