Prices generally change on a month to month basis unless something major happens in the world of currency or oil. The month of July has seen the average prices of electricity going up and the average prices of gas going down.
In previous months, March – June, we saw prices fall but now that looks set to be back up on the rise.
I’ll update this with percentages once all the suppliers release their prices.
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Energy Suppliers Updated So Far
Corona Energy– 1.7% electricity decrease & 2.7% gas decrease.
British Gas – electricity increase & gas decrease (% unknown).
EON – 2% electricity increase & 0.5% gas increase.
Scottish Power – 1.43% electricity increase & 3.25% gas increase.
Crown Gas – 3.2% electricity & gas increase.
Gazprom – 1% electricity & gas increase.
Total Gas & Power – 0.08% electricity & gas increase.
Dual Energy – electricity & gas increase – no %’s released.
Npower – no increase/decrease information released, just indicated prices have changed.
We all need to contact suppliers at some point, whether it’s to ask a general question, make a complaint, solve a problem or just to shop around for prices. I will do my best to update these as and when I noticed changes or errors, although the smaller suppliers I’ll probably notice less often. If you notice and discrepancies leave a comment below and I’ll get it updated straight away. Thanks & enjoy!
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Appointing a Meter Operator (MOP) should be the first thing you do after agreeing a half hourly contract. If you’re unsure as to whether you have a half-hourly meter you can email me and I’ll find out for you.
You need to have a MOP in place, which would look after the meters maintenance and sending all the usage data over to your current supplier.
I’ve compiled a list of some MOP’s, I’d advise you to have a shop around, call them and ask for a quote and say you’re just shopping around. Sometimes the difference in price between two MOP’s can be over £2000. You shop around for your electricity and gas unit rates, stressing over £200 difference between two suppliers, so please do the same for your MOP.