Baptist wrote: »
One of the reasons I am trying to work through this issue - is that BULB have mailed to tell me they have decided to increase my payment and at the moment even on a worse / best case scenario I think they have gone at least £10 per month to much. ...
newmover wrote: »
and yet this article is useless in itself because it doesn't state how or by how much the cap is going to be implemented, despite the information being out there.
you'd think you'd get your own house in order before trying to rubbish articles on other sites.
molerat wrote: »
https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/system/files/docs/2018/11/default_tariff_cap_level_-_01_january_2019_-_31_march_2019.pdf gives the rates for each area. Still quite a lot of wiggle room for the suppliers to manipulate the SC and unit rates to their benefit as long as the overall cost does not exceed the caps for the specified use. Even if you do have the exact specified use the cap is not that figure quoted as that is an average based on all the different region caps.
Anthorn wrote: »
The information is not "out there" because it doesn't start until next year and what suppliers will do is not clear. At this time we have for example Ebico taking a rather peevish attitude by withdrawing the tariff which would have been subject to the cap and SSE while pointing to the current competition model appears to be complying:
Delivery starts from 85p
...for flights cancelled during Covid
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