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Feb 03, 2023

Energy suppliers told to pause forced prepay meter installations

Feb 01, 2023

Energy regulator mulls prepayment meter subsidy

Jan 26, 2023

Energy debt soars to £2.5bn as suppliers’ prepay meter practices under review

Jan 23, 2023

Nearly a third of prepayment energy vouchers unredeemed

Jan 23, 2023

Energy firms threatened with legal action over forced prepayment meter switches

Jan 18, 2023

British Gas to stop sly remote switches to prepayment meters

Jan 12, 2023

Renewed call to ban forced energy meter installations as millions left in cold and dark

Jan 09, 2023

Forced prepayment meter switches should be banned say MPs

Dec 23, 2022

A third of prepay energy vouchers remain unclaimed

Dec 13, 2022

Thousands of Utilita Energy customers to receive compensation

Nov 10, 2022

Households left without energy for weeks after sly prepayment meter switch

Oct 31, 2022

Prepayment meter users urged to redeem £400 energy vouchers

Oct 28, 2022

Moving to an energy prepayment meter: Everything you need to know

Oct 25, 2022

Thousands forced onto pricey prepayment meters as self-disconnection fears rise

Sep 30, 2022

Half a million people could be switched to expensive energy meters

Sep 22, 2022

Scottish Power and Utilita under fire over vulnerable customer ‘failings’

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