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Brexit may increase UK energy prices

Brexit may increase UK energy prices
Frank Rabusic
Frank Rabusic

Following the UK Prime Minister’s speech on 17 January 2017, in which Theresa May outlined hard Brexit, which would involve leaving Europe's single market when Britain leaves the European Union in 2019, there have been rising concerns related to the impact this could have on the UK energy markets.

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Understanding your energy bill

Understanding your energy bill
Joanne Haines
Joanne Haines

If you have non-half hourly meter, it is yours and the supplier’s responsibility to read the meter periodically. If your supply is half hourly metered, your data collector will collect readings remotely every 30 minutes. If these options aren’t possible, the supplier will estimate what you’ve used based on previous usage. It’s vital to check any estimated meter readings on your bill and correct the readings with your supplier if they’re different. This will avoid accruing large debit/credits and help you monitor usage more effectively.

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