ncrossland wrote: »
When using switching sites, you get a more accurate estimate if you use KwH rather than £.
To work out how many KwH you use, you have to keep 12 months of bills, and go back through them and manually add up the number used.
It should be made compulsory for each bill to include the total number of KwH used over the last 12 months, and this information should be carried across suppliers (so even if you switch, it still tells you how much you've used regardless of supplier).
magyar wrote: »
Agree, provided that the standing fee was set by Ofgem and not by the companies, else it's just as confusing. The standing fee should simply cover the costs of providing billing, metering, etc. which is mostly outsourced anyway and so should be the same for all suppliers anyway.
Chrysalis wrote: »
is been overcharged for direct debit really worth the supposed savings?
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