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Three energy firms have said they have not yet made a decision about bonuses for their respective chief executives.
A spokesperson for npower said bonuses would be "reviewed in the new year", SSE said it would "take all factors into consideration including the general external environment" and Scottish Power said it "evaluates individual performance against the agreed criteria at the end of the financial year."
Centrica boss Sam Laidlaw announced he has decided not to take his bonus this year.
The head of Centrica, which owns British Gas, has decided not to take his bonus this year as anger over soaring household energy bills continue.
Consumers' trust in the energy sector is at an "all time low" and there was an urgent need to rebuild it, chief executive Sam Laidlaw said at the CBI annual conference in London.
He announced his decision not to take bonus and added that there was a need for leadership in the current environment which had to be balanced with being able to attract employees.
"Just to continue in this world where households are under pressure, and assume it is business as normal, is not the way thoughtful remuneration committees think about it," Mr Laidlaw said.
He also repeated the industry's pledge to cut bills if the Government switches environment and social costs to other forms of taxation.