Just looked at Robin Hood Energy... offered three tariffs for Electric and three for gas but all had a standing charge. In the cold light of day I will make some comparisons but I like the idea of a not for profit local authority (Nottingham City Council) reselling energy.I'm with Robin Hood energy (as opposed to Robin B'stards). It's the only one I can find that has a no standing charge apart from one that demands a smart meter install as it varies the power cost depending on the time of day.
The charges we pay are a little higher than most but as we are away most of the year it suits us fine. I call the Winter Fuel Allowance the aircon allowance.
We're back in 'Nam just now saying hello to Betty Swallocks.
Happy New year.
Sorry I should have said I'm with Ebico who resell Robin Hood.Just looked at Robin Hood Energy... offered three tariffs for Electric and three for gas but all had a standing charge. In the cold light of day I will make some comparisons but I like the idea of a not for profit local authority (Nottingham City Council) reselling energy.
We are still with Scottish Power following the collapse of Extra Energy. Scottish Power are dragging their heels in getting our account set up so we can switch suppliers without an exit fee. Presumably they think that consumer apathy will set in and people transferred in by Ofgem from Extra Energy won't bother to switch if they are held captive for long enough.
My view is of course, if we wanted to be with Scottish Energy we wouldn't have been with Extra Energy in the first place.
Just in case it might make a difference to you, the correct abbreviation is kWh.I had to read it 3 times before I could get my head round the inaccuracies and it took me about an hour to pick it apart and add comments, not because it was complex but just soooo bad. Voice recordings weren't included as suspected and the usage data they provided as evidence was in pounds and pence so without the constant KwH readings it didn't look excessive, all useful evidence from the smart meter that I had screen grabs for.
Picky...Just in case it might make a difference to you, the correct abbreviation is kWh.
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