Runkerry1 and everyone else, TEP has a fixed price deal (20 years) for whole sale purchase of energy from npower, future supply costs will herfore be flat. This makes a strong position ..... they also keep on hitting the high notes with the comms bundle too. Which? are still in love with them! So overall customers will continue to enjoy smaller price increases (if any) than those supplied by the big six
Still motoring by the looks of it... Any specific reason why TEP is rising so quickly lately? Is it FTSE linked or likely to be company specific? Long may it continue, as my profit margin is looking rather healthy at present! GLA
Yep, everything being battered :-( Big gamble, but I'm waiting for a few more days of this and looking to top up all sorts just before the 23rd, with a view that we'll vote to stay in. Sh*t or bust, as they say (gulp!)
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