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Unpredictability and change in Europe’s energy industry is expected and ongoing, so it is no surprise that the big six league table is about to switch up once again.

We’ve got another roundup of the week’s energy and broadband stories for you:

Centrica, the parent company of British Gas, has announced its second price increase of the year.

An increase in the cost of wholesale energy has caused the industry watchdog Ofgem to increase the maximum amount that an energy provider can charge a vulnerable customer by £47 per year.

An additional 25,000 homes and businesses in the Scottish Highlands and Islands will be given access to superfast broadband under the Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband (DSSB) scheme, part of the wider Broadband Delivery UK project.

The Labour Party has pledged to invest £1.6 billion to guarantee superfast broadband speeds of at least 30 Mbps to all households by 2022.

We’ve got another round of the week’s most important energy and broadband stories for you:

As of this year, domestic energy bills in the UK have been steadily falling for a decade, with the average falling by a further £6 over the past 12 months.

British Gas owners Centrica recently announced that they had lost an astonishing 340,000 accounts in the first 6 months of this year after announcing a price increase that would affect 4 million homes across the country.

Embattled energy firm Iresa has folded, amid record customer service complaints and Ofgem censure.