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    Municipal Energy Companies, Could they Really be more Competitive?

    theguardian.com/pub…don

    Good idea, bad idea? Anyone tried them, what do you think?

    They're talking about London in the article but seems to be Bristol Energy and Robin Hood Energy in Nottingham that are up and running so far.

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    Original Poster

    Ohh I was just putting in a lazy link to see they are not needed any more. Nice one HUKD

    my Dad has just shifted to Robin Hood, think he's saving almost £30 a month compared to what he was paying at EON. YMMV.

    council efficiency and costs? no thanks, council tax is already a complete ripoff and abused by councillors.

    Original Poster

    davewave

    council efficiency and costs? no thanks, council tax is already a … council efficiency and costs? no thanks, council tax is already a complete ripoff and abused by councillors.



    Hahaha, I see where you're coming from They say all the profits go back into the local community too (the council?). I can't decide if that's good or bad.

    Seems like they are 3p a unit cheaper at the moment though. Which is quite a lot!

    davewave

    council efficiency and costs? no thanks, council tax is already a … council efficiency and costs? no thanks, council tax is already a complete ripoff and abused by councillors.


    So scrap it
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