CMA report finds that the big six have been overcharging us by almost £2billion – over 70% of consumers are on the wrong tariff.
The big six have come under fire after the most recent investigation from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The CMA has found some seriously damning evidence in regard to the prices consumers are paying for their energy.
When energy tariffs expire, customers are typically rolled onto suppliers standard tariffs which are usually their most expensive tariffs available.
Big six supplier E.On has been ordered to pay millions in fines for wrongly charging customers, an error which it made only two years previously.
National Grid and Statnett reach agreement on interconnector between UK and Norway. Green energy for 750,000 homes in Britian.
Big Six energy supplier has announced an operational split in the wake of falling profit margins. The company has been hit hard by several factors that have led to a decision to reform the way that the energy supplier operates.
Millions of people across the UK are living in poverty as they cannot afford their energy bill. New Government legislation aims to fix that.
With the biggest solar eclipse since 1999 due on 20th March this year, and the use of solar power up to 10.5% - are systems operators ready?
Today the CMA have published their findings following an investigation into energy prices, concluding that domestic energy consumers are spending up to 30% more than they need to.
Despite announcing price cuts throughout 2015, the 'Big Six' energy suppliers have once again come under-fire by industry experts after it was announced that energy supplier profit margins are set to rise again this year.
An annual report has named npower as Britain's worst performer when it comes to customer satisfaction, with new smaller energy suppliers, such as Ecotricity, topping the list.