Tag: Utilita

Utilita customers to receive eligibility check for free or subsidised retrofit measures

All households supplied by Utilita Energy will be the first in the UK to receive an automated eligibility check for free or subsidised measures made available by all 11 of the UK’s decarbonisation schemes.

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Utilita Energy customers to know running costs for each electrical appliance

Utilita Energy has announced the rollout of new energy intelligence feature My Energy, which gives households a detailed breakdown of what each electrical appliance costs to run.

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Utilita Giving announces fund to help fuel poverty

Utilita Giving – founded earlier this year – will provide aid, tools, and advice to lift households out of food and fuel poverty.

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“There’s a balance to be struck on standing charges”

With standing charges under review and energy prices forecast to be higher than ever this winter, Lucy Dixon spoke to Utilita’s CEO Bill Bullen about how the company is supporting its vulnerable customers.

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Ofgem announces standing charges review

Ofgem has launched a review into energy standing charges, and you can have your say until 19th January 2024.

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Utilita Energy and partners launch smart energy trial

Utilita has joined forces with Hildebrand, the University of Salford and the Data Communications Company (DCC), to demonstrate how a new smart energy Internet of Things (IoT) device can automate a home’s energy use in response to periods of cheaper and cleaner energy availability.

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How Utilita’s tech developments help customers save energy

Energy company Utilita has launched a carbon footprint tool on its customer app – we spoke to sustainability lead Archie Lasseter to find out how it could help customers save energy and keep fuel bills down. Why have you introduced the carbon footprint tracker? It’s all part of our net zero by 2030 mission. We’re […]

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Utilita partners with Iceland to reveal energy costs of cooking methods

Energy supplier Utilita has partnered with Iceland supermarket to highlight energy-saving cooking methods to consumers. Electric ovens have been revealed as the most expensive way to cook, with air fryers, microwaves and slow cookers all  offering a cheaper alternative to households struggling with huge increases in energy prices. Utilita and Iceland’s ‘Shop Smart, Cook Savvy’ […]

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