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May 31, 2023

Prepayment energy customers have only one month to claim £400 support

Apr 25, 2023

Prepayment meter users urged to claim £160m in energy help vouchers

Apr 18, 2023

Tighter rules for prepayment meter installations: 10 things suppliers can and can’t do now

Mar 31, 2023

British Gas to lower prepayment meter prices

Mar 27, 2023

Two million prepayment meter vouchers worth up to £400 unredeemed

Mar 27, 2023

100,000 forced energy prepay meters fitted in 2022: Worst suppliers revealed

Mar 15, 2023

Ban on forced energy prepayment meter installations extended

Mar 07, 2023

Age UK urges prepayment meter installation ‘amnesty’

Feb 21, 2023

Compensation call for victims of forced prepayment meter installations

Feb 16, 2023

Forced prepayment meter installations paused for six weeks

Feb 07, 2023

One in five fail to use November energy vouchers

Feb 03, 2023

Energy suppliers told to pause forced prepay meter installations

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 12, 2023

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

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