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First Utility Rebranded as Shell Energy
28. 03. 2019 | Lauren Smith

Royal Dutch Shell is rebranding retail power supplier First Utility...

Cheshire Biomass Plant Begins Operations
26. 03. 2019 | Fergus Cole

The largest waste wood gasification plant in the UK has...

Regulators Must Do More to Protect Consumers
20. 03. 2019 | Fergus Cole

Four of the major industry regulators in the UK are not...

Salisbury to be UK’s First Full Fibre Broadband City
19. 03. 2019 | Fergus Cole

Openreach have announced that Salisbury will be the first city...

Brilliant Energy Goes Out of Business
11. 03. 2019 | Fergus Cole

Brilliant Energy has ceased trading, affecting around 17,000 domestic customers...

Ofgem Threatens Avro With New Customer Ban Over Smart Meter Failures
11. 03. 2019 | Fiona Dattan

Following Avro Energy’s failure to sign up to the smart...

Ofcom Ruling Allows Broadband Customers to Leave Their Supplier if Connection is Too Slow
11. 03. 2019 | Lauren Smith

Customers will be able to exit contracts with broadband suppliers...

Small Supplier Bulb Cuts Prices After Wholesale Costs Fall
05. 03. 2019 | Fiona Dattan

Bulb customers are set to save £20 on their annual energy...

'Big Savings' Available to Smart Meter Users, Report Suggests
05. 03. 2019 | Lauren Smith

Engaged and proactive smart meter users can trim their annual...

Broadband Providers Association Call for Ofcom to Adjust Annual Plan
01. 03. 2019 | Lauren Smith

An industry body representing the UK’s internet providers has said...

Ofgem Have Raised the Price Cap - Here's How to Keep Your Bills Down
22. 02. 2019 | Michael Quinn

Industry watchdog Ofgem has recently announced that they will be...

Broadband, Mobile & Energy News: Weekly Roundup 22/02/19
22. 02. 2019 | Lauren Smith

Here's a roundup of the week's top stories: Scottish Power Becomes...