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Aug 17, 2016

Energy bills could leap by £200 but you can save by switching

Aug 03, 2016

Vulnerable pre-pay meter customers to benefit from price cap

Jul 29, 2016

SSE’s pre-payment meter processes to be investigated by Ofgem

Jun 08, 2016

Energy customers owed £270m due to billing errors

May 25, 2016

Check your energy deal: bills could rise by £132 this summer

Apr 07, 2016

Consumers still don’t understand energy bills – uSwitch

Jan 28, 2016

SSE to cut standard gas prices by £32 from the end of March

Dec 16, 2014

Is your energy tariff expiring in the New Year?

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