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Shell Admits Additional Gannet Alpha Leak, EDF Overcharges Customers & How to Build a Wind Farm

Today, we’ve got more news on that oil leak story we published over the weekend: Shell detects additional Gannet Alpha leak in North Sea Watch footage of the oil spill released by Marine Scotland>> Plus, news that EDF has been overcharging its customers: “Some 100,000 EDF Energy customers have been overcharged owing to a seven-year […]

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MPs call for energy doorstep mis-selling compensation

Earlier today, the BBC reported that an “influential group of MPs” said that energy companies “should compensate customers who have been mis-sold gas and electricity deals on the doorstep”. This news comes as the Energy and Climate Change Committee releases its finding in a new report on Ofgem’s Retail Market Review. Further, the BBC reports that […]

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British Gas raises gas and electricity prices

The Guardian’s Matthew King reports that British Gas has stunned households across the UK by announcing a rise in gas and electricity prices of 18% and 16%, just eight months after it raised its prices by 7%. This comes at the same time as Scottish & Southern Energy suspends all doorstep sales with the loss […]

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