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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

Meter reading made easy

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Reading your meter can feel like trying to crack a code. There are loads of varieties and they all need to be read differently. Luckily, we’re on hand to help. Get to grips with your meter by taking a look at our guide. So when the time comes to send us a meter reading, you’ll Read the full post

Your Gas Meter Safety Inspection

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Make sure your gas meter is happy and healthy Gas Meter Safety Inspections are important because your gas meter’s important. Even if you send us regular meter readings, we need to make sure your meter is working properly – if it’s old or damaged, it could be dangerous. That’s why you should make sure your Read the full post

It Ain't Necessarily So...

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Ask ten politicians the same question and you get ten different answers, supported by ten different statistics. Energy has long been a political football, with energy companies usually being the target for the kicking.  We can’t respond to everything that’s said, but I think it’s legitimate for us to comment from the sidelines from time 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

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