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    Add your feedback on energy supplier RAM Energy 4th Jan 18 at 3:24 PM
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    A Robin Hood Energy White Label Supplier.

    ‘Launched by Derby City Council, our mission is to provide more affordable energy to people living in Derby and the Midlands.’

    Is this the first local Council run energy company that has entered into a supply agreement with an energy company run by another Council (Nottingham)?
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    Electricity West Mids area 19.98p standing and from 13.91p p/KwH. Gas 22.85p standing and from 3.5p p/kWh.

    Cheap compared to standard tariffs but can still be beaten by a lot of the smaller companies.
    • trickytree1963
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    A Robin Hood Energy White Label Supplier.

    ‘Launched by Derby City Council, our mission is to provide more affordable energy to people living in Derby and the Midlands.’

    Is this the first local Council run energy company that has entered into a supply agreement with an energy company run by another Council (Nottingham)?
    Originally posted by Hengus
    Leeds City Council- White Rose Energy

    Liverpool - LECCY

    Islington- Angelic Energy

    Doncaster- Great Northern Energy?
    • Hengus
    • By Hengus 5th Jan 18, 8:33 AM
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    Leeds City Council- White Rose Energy

    Liverpool - LECCY

    Islington- Angelic Energy

    Doncaster- Great Northern Energy?
    Originally posted by trickytree1963
    Leeds City Council = Robin Hood Energy

    Great North Energy = Robin Hood Energy

    Leccy = Robin Hood Energy

    Angelic Energy = Robin Hood Energy

    Robin Hood Energy is wholly owned by Nottingham City Council
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    • By trickytree1963 5th Jan 18, 6:48 PM
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    • 5th Jan 18, 6:48 PM
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    • 5th Jan 18, 6:48 PM
    Leeds City Council = Robin Hood Energy

    Great North Energy = Robin Hood Energy

    Leccy = Robin Hood Energy

    Angelic Energy = Robin Hood Energy

    Robin Hood Energy is wholly owned by Nottingham City Council
    Originally posted by Hengus
    Yes, and your question was:

    Is this the first local Council run energy company that has entered into a supply agreement with an energy company run by another Council (Nottingham)?
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