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INFOGRAPHIC: October energy snapshot

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13/11/2014
As the weather gets colder energy the energy market is heating up. See how many households switched to - or away from - your provider last month.

According to Comparethemarket.com the vast majority of households who switched suppliers last month left the ‘Big 6’ – British Gas, SSE, npower, E.On, Scottish Power and EDF Energy – in favour of either an independent provider or another large company. How does your provider stack up? 

 

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