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Energy Price Cap: Its Meaning and Purpose

Energy Price Cap: Its Meaning and Purpose

The UK’s energy regulator Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) have recently introduced the Energy Price Cap to make sure that customers pay a fair price for the energy they consume by limiting the price that suppliers charge per unit of energy. According to...

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Dissecting the UK’s Business Electricity Bill

Dissecting the UK’s Business Electricity Bill

The price you pay on your bill is made up of several components and factors that you might have not noticed. Many business energy bills have been made simplified to lessen confusion by adding only the ‘essential’ details.  Little did you know, there are a number...

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Climate Change Levy (CCL): What You Need to Know

Climate Change Levy (CCL): What You Need to Know

First introduced in April 2001 under the Finance Act 2000, the Climate Change Levy (CCL) is an environmental energy tax that solely applies to business energy consumers; it is different from Value-added tax (VAT) and it is added to business energy bills as a separate...

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Half Hourly Electricity Metering: How Does It Work?

Half Hourly Electricity Metering: How Does It Work?

Back in April 2017, energy suppliers were required by the new P272 legislation to provide more accurate and detailed reports on energy usage through Automatic Meter Reading or AMR meters. This can be beneficial for larger enterprises as they get to acquire much more...

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The Pros and Cons of Zero Standing Charge

The Pros and Cons of Zero Standing Charge

If you’ve ever wondered about the possibility of getting business energy tariffs with zero standing charge (and if it’s a good idea to do so), then you might deem this article worthy of your curiosity. There are only a few business energy suppliers in the UK that...

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