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    Energy Prices

    I'm currently with E-On since they bought Powergen and i'm wondering if i should switch and fix my tarrif. Anyone here with NPower or are any of you fixing your tarrifs as you feel prices will keep going up?

    Thoughts?

    Cheers.

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    Just switched from NPower to E.on a couple of months back!!



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    We're with NPower, and I have no complaints thus far...

    Gas wise, I switched from BG to EBico a few months back, and boy am I pleased I did..

    Everyone will go up..it's the way it'll be for a while now. We're back into the boom and bust cycle once again IMO.

    Energy conservation is the key just as much as switching suppliers..watch what's on, watch and nuke standby, evaluate purchases for power usage before buying etc etc.

    As I said in another thread, bearing in mind NPowers rep as expensive, we're using a fiver a week. Not bad, and I'm happy with that.

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    Uswitch is one site i was looking for cheers.

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    Ive never seen much point in switching energy suppliers all the time, all will have to pass on increases in energy prices sooner or later

    Probably better to switch to a green supplier like Ecotricity and at least you know your bills are going towards funding renewables.

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    My electric bill at home is £160 a month!!! ouch

    That'll teach me for having a 5tb media server,htpc, 2 laptops and projector in my living room

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    Ouch and i was worrying about mine being £40 pm

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