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Baking for Macmillan

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We’ve been working with Macmillan Cancer Support for the last 11 years, partnering with them to help people affected by cancer. During this time, we’ve helped over 20,000 people affected by cancer stay warm and manage their energy bills through various schemes including our Fuel Management Programme, grants, bill write-offs and advice on energy saving. Read the full post

Take control of your energy with our new app

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Wouldn’t it be handy if everything you needed to know about your energy – how much you’re using, how much you might use in the future, the total of your last – was at your fingertips, wherever and whenever you need it? Well, that’s exactly what our new and improved mobile app does for you Read the full post

Feel safe and secure with our new tariff – Home Safe Fix April 2017

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When it comes to your home, safety is often key. According to National Grid, last summer there were around 30,000 dangerous incidents relating to gas in the home. These included gas leaks, fires, explosions and over 9,500 cases of carbon monoxide poisoning*. Our new tariff Home Safe Fix April 2017 offers both safety and security. Read the full post

Great news: we're making energy simpler and clearer than ever before

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Ofgem’s Retail Market Review highlighted ways in which energy providers could improve. Find out what’s changing. In 2010, Ofgem (our industry’s regulator) began a ‘Retail Market Review’ to address concerns that the energy market wasn’t working as well as it could be for consumers. Their findings suggested that many consumers found the market confusing. So Read the full post

Lights out? What to do in a power cut

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With all the bad weather you might find yourself at the mercy of a power cut. Find out who to contact should the lights go out.   We’ve all been there; you’ve finally sat down after a long, busy day when ZAP! The power goes out. It might be something as simple as a tripped Read the full post

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