Energy Bills

Rising gas prices spark shift to heat pumps

Jonny Hancock – Product Manager at NIBE – looks at how spiralling gas prices are affecting the heat pump market: There isn’t a conversation about energy at the moment that doesn’t touch upon the recent and forecasted energy cost increases. Ofgem’s new energy price cap has certainly been a hot topic recently, it being a […]

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How the cost of living crisis is likely to affect installers and customers

In his exclusive column for Installer, sustainability expert Tim Pollard looks at how the cost of living crisis is likely to affect installers and their customers: When the Governor of the Bank of England describes imminent price rises as “Apocalyptic”, then you know that things are getting serious, and with inflation forecast to reach 10% by the […]

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People are “crying out” for help with energy bills

The overwhelming majority of people in the UK are crying out for help with their energy bills, claims Mike Foster, CEO of Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA). Faced with a Price Cap increase of 54% from 1 April. with many people finding their direct debits rocketing even more, the issue of energy bills is now at the […]

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How the energy market must respond to 1 April energy hike

The energy price cap will increase for tens of millions of British people on 1 April, hiking customer bills by up to £700 per year, a number which may increase again in October. Pilgrim Beart – DevicePilot CEO – believes that the next six months are momentous, and this is the best chance the UK […]

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70% of Big 6 energy customers are still on the more expensive tariff

The CMA (Competitions and Markets Authority) has set out proposals to reform the energy market, open up competition and help customers get a better deal. Although competition has benefited those customers who have switched to competitively priced fixed-term deals, around 70% of the domestic customers of the 6 largest energy firms are still on the […]

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