The Energy Bill Relief Scheme

We would like to take this opportunity to reassure our prospective and existing customers and clarify the following on the Energy Bill Relief Scheme (EBRS):

  • The Energy Bill Relief Scheme (EBRS) applies to fixed contracts agreed on or after 1st December 2021 as well as to deemed, variable and flexible tariffs and contracts. It will apply to energy usage from 1st October 2022 to 31st March 2023, running for an initial six-month period for all non domestic energy users..
  • All energy suppliers will apply the same discount. This discount will automatically appear on your statements. Customers do not need to apply for the scheme or contact us.
  • The BEIS department recommends all customers continue to enter into fixed price agreements as normal to shield businesses from future wholesale price increases. This way we can ensure all our customers are protected from the volatility in the current wholesale market.
  • For customers who qualify for the Energy Bill Relief Scheme we kindly ask all qualifying customers to provide us with monthly gas and / or electricity meter reads until end of the scheme. This should be done ideally on the first day of the month or no later than the 10th.This will be a great help to get your bills as accurate as possible and ensure we apply the right discount throughout the scheme period.

For the latest information on the Energy Bill Scheme please visit www.gov.uk/guidance click here

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2 Feb

Welsh Wind Farm Cut by a Third



The Atlantic Array windfarm project suffered a massive blow today as protesters managed to force a reduction in the number of turbines to be used by a third, a drop of 139 from 417 to 278. Their complaints concerning the development consisted of a significant increase in noise pollution and the effect the turbines will have on the appearence of the natural landscape.

This is a major knock to the Coalitions renewable policies and raises questions over the importance of preserving our countryside against increasing our reliance on renewable sources of energy. Though a victory for those opposed to the plans it is a sour note for the government after the progress made with Iceland just days ago. However, this may encourage the government and investors to look at other areas for renewable energy as windfarms continue to be a controversial choice.