Energylinx News

September 2005 Monthly Archive

September 28, 2005

New Powergen Capped Price Tariff launched today

Powergen today has launched a new capped price energy tariff, where the prices are capped until 2007.

With this latest tariff Powergen has said that the domestic gas and electricity customer will benefit from the following:

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September 16, 2005

Utilita increase their domestic gas prices

Utilita, the UK's first company who designed their electricity and gas tariffs on the basis that they would not only help you save money but they would help reduce your actual energy consumption has today announced some changes to their domestic gas prices.

Utilita's tariff pricing structure is referenced against the local electricity supplier for your area and the current standard tariff from British Gas.

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September 9, 2005

British Gas increase domestic gas and electricity prices

British Gas, today announced it is to increase domestic energy prices. This follows recent moves by Powergen and EDF Energy.

The 14.2 per cent increase in gas and electricity prices takes effect from 19 September 2005 and comes on the back of record highs in the cost of wholesale gas driven by soaring oil prices and declining North Sea gas reserves.

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September 7, 2005

Renewable Wave and Tidal Energy

Renewable wave and tidal energy could provide up to 10 per cent of Scottish electricity production and create around 7,000 new jobs under measures announced today.

Deputy First Minister and Enterprise Minister Nicol Stephen said he was making major changes to renewable energy regulations to kick start multi-million pound investments in marine energy.

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