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5% Of Private Renters Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

ne out of every twenty private renters in Scotland claim that they have suffered carbon monoxide in their home over the last five years. This is according to research carried out for the energy supplier Scottish Gas and Shelter Scotland. Two-fifths of those who were surveyed said

Tesco Drops E.ON Tariffs From Line of In-Store Products

Tesco has dropped E.ON energy tariffs from its line of in-store household products, after the provider was fined for willingly mis-selling energy products to its customers. The popular UK supermarket chain did not announce that it would be withdrawing the sale of E.ON energy tariffs from its

Yorkshire Denies Not Paying Corporations Tax

he utility provider Yorkshire Water has been accused of exploiting UK tax laws. It allegedly pays no corporation tax despite making over £185 million in profits. The claims were made by Yorkshire MPs who have held a meeting with the utility company at the House Of Commons in

Southern Electric To Compensate Homes Hit By Power Cut

egional provider Southern Electric have revealed that they will compensate customers on the south coast of England whose homes and businesses were hit by power cuts over the Christmas period. The losses of power happened during the severe storms that the coast suffered at the end of

Scottish Gas Warns Investigation Could Risk Blackouts

nergy suppliers in the United Kingdom including Scottish Gas are warning that an investigation into the market could increase the chances of black outs. The investigation in question is a full scale inquiry into the industry following fears about the dominance of the Big Six and the

Yorkshire Water Completes £110m Water Quality Project

project to improve the water quality around ten Yorkshire beaches costing over £110 million has finally been completed. The project involved the building and implementation of high tech water equipment that is now being turned on at sites such as Bridlingtom, Scarborough,  Flamborough and Skipsea. Yorkshire Water

Angry Customers Say Scottish Power Is Holding On To Credit

Scottish Power is receiving a lot of complaints from customers who claim the utility company is holding on to cash they are owed. Some have contacted the Guardian newspaper’s money section to accuse the energy provider, which serves over 3.5 million homes in the United Kingdom, failures