The number of customers who switched electricity supplier this June has increased by 12 per cent on equivalent figures for 2016, with over 400,000 customers choosing to change provider according to the latest data from Energy UK.
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Responding to today’s announcement from the regulator “Ofgem announces plans to deliver a fairer, more competitive market for all consumers”, Energy UK chief executive Lawrence Slade said:
Responding to today’s statistical release on fuel poverty, an Energy UK spokesperson said:
Following the publication of the Committe on Climate Change Report, Energy UK has issued the below comment.
Energy UK has issued a the statement on the safety of smart metering installation.
Commenting on today’s Queen’s Speech, Energy UK chief executive Lawrence Slade said:
Responding to the announcement of a Smart Meter Bill in today's Queen's Speech, Energy UK chief executive Lawrence Slade said:
Commenting on government plans to boost electric vehicle infrastructure outlined in the Queen’s speech today,
Commenting on the start of the negotiations on the terms of the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union, Energy UK issued the following statement.
May switching up 19 percent on last year
New data released today reveals more than 430,000 customers switched supplier last month. This is an increase of 19 percent on last May and takes the total number of switches in 2017 to over 2.2 million. May also saw three in ten (128,180) customers switch from a large supplier to a small or mid-tier supplier.
Following the National Grid’s System Needs and Product Strategy statement. Energy UK has issued the following statement.