Category: Press release


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Press release – “Energy price cap is hugely welcome and great news for families who have been exploited by the Big Six for far too long.”

The Big Deal press release – 9 May 2017 The Big Deal: “Energy price cap is hugely welcome and great news for families who have been exploited by the Big Six for far too long.” Collective energy switching site the Big Deal welcomes the news that the Conservative Party Manifesto proposes a price cap that  … Read more

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Press release – “Npower’s price rise will cost consumers £190 million more a year.”

The Big Deal: “Npower’s price rise will cost consumers £190 million more a year.” Today (3rd February) Big Six energy supplier Npower said they will increase the typical dual fuel (electricity and gas) energy bill by 9.8% – a £109 increase a year. Npower has 1.74 million customers on their standard tariff. That means consumers  … Read more

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Press release – Smart meter rollout could cost £1 billion more than predicted

New research by the Big Deal and ITV Tonight reveals the smart meter installation could cost £1 billion more than previously predicted. Total cost of the smart meter rollout could be a massive £12 billion. New research from consumer collective the Big Deal and ITV Tonight reveals that the smart meter rollout could cost £1  … Read more

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Press release: Worst Energy Buys Revealed for the First Time

The top ten most expensive energy deals in the country revealed for the first time Four of the Big Six (Npower, Scottish Power, SSE and EDF) feature 2.3 million people are on these tariffs paying as much as £361 more for their energy than the cheapest deal on the market Today (20th November) consumer collective  … Read more

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Press release: “CMA investigation into price comparison sites welcome and good news for consumers.”

TheBigDeal.com: “CMA investigation into price comparison sites welcome and good news for consumers. Too often price comparison sites do what is right for them not for consumers.”

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