EDF Energy

Industry puts pressure on Government to do more to prevent Fuel Poverty

A cross-industry letter has been sent to HM Treasury to put pressure on the Government to expand the support available for homes at risk of fuel poverty.   The call follows the lack of focus on energy efficiency within the Energy Security Strategy published in response to rising global energy prices and volatility in international […]

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EDF Energy cuts standard gas price by 1.3%

EDF Energy’s new standard dual fuel price will be £1,155 a year – cheaper than all but one of the major suppliers and takes effect within days EDF Energy will write to its vulnerable customers offering support including help to move to a fixed price deal If falling wholesale gas costs allow further price reductions, these […]

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Is there a risk of blackouts this winter?

This week EDF Energy announced that two nuclear power plants may not restart until late December, heightening the risk of blackouts this winter1. Never has it been more important to manage our energy use effectively, says Paul Hardy, managing director at Baxi. In an age where energy is seemingly available on tap, the thought of […]

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