Wig wrote: »
Ebico replied to my email, essentially saying:
"Ebico is leaving SSE...if you don't come with Ebico, you will remain with SSE"
"Ebico's new PPM tariff cannot be gauranteed to be cheaper for you"
"Therefore, if you want to stay with Ebico on our new price plan you have to opt in."
"If you choose to stay with SSE, SSE will update you with 30 days notice of any changes being made"
I am still in the dark....
*From the 1st April my current PPM tariff becomes unlawful.
*SSE has to give me 30days notice of a tariff increase
*There is not 30 days left till the 01/04/2017
Would SSE be able to argue that a reduction in cost per kwh, and a standing charge being added on.... does not amount to a tariff increase, and therefore no 30 days notice is required....
Maybe I should email SSE and ask them what they intend to do.
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