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Energy bills simplified

The Energy Secretary has admitted the Government's plans for energy bills will not make them cheaper for everyone, but should make them simpler. Last month David Cameron vowed he would compel firms to put customers automatically on the lowest tariff

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E.ON: Customers already choosing what’s best for them

In the last three years, around three quarters of our customers have either changed their tariff with us or joined us from another company so it is beyond doubt that the majority of our customers are already choosing what’s best for them. We need to make sure that customers stay in control and make the right choice for them and their family. Being on the right tariff is an essential starting point but it is only one side of the coin.

As well as rising energy costs, the other parts of a bill are going up too and we would therefore also ask Government to ensure that their various schemes are as cost effective as possible, and are truly benefiting customers. We will play our part by continuing to help customers take action to make sure their homes are as energy efficient as possible. There we have real advice and help available right now.


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