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Ofgem orders E.ON to pay £12m to vulnerable customers

Energy supplier E.ON is to pay £12 million to vulnerable customers as part of a redress package after an Ofgem investigation found the company broke energy sales rules between June 2010 and December 2013

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E.ON 'one of many firms guilty of misleading public'

Britain's energy market is broken, the shadow energy and climate change minister has said, after regulator Ofgem found that energy supplier E.ON has mis-sold to customers. Jonathan Reynolds said in a statement:

E.ON is just the latest in a long line of energy companies to be found guilty of misleading the public. The energy giants must know that if they mistreat customers already facing a cost-of-living crisis there will be a very heavy price to pay.

Our plans will break up the big energy companies, put an end to their secret deals and make tariffs simpler and fairer.

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