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NSAI Develop World’s First Standard on Universal Design For Energy Products

NSAI (National Standards Authority of Ireland) has developed the world’s first standard to enable energy products and services to be accessible and usable to more customers who span the full range of size, age, physical, mental and sensory abilities. SWIFT

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CER Introduces Flagging System to Tackle ‘Debt Hopping’

The Commission for Energy Regulation has decided to implement a debt flagging facility within the Irish gas and electricity market to alert energy companies when customers wishing to switch suppliers already have outstanding energy bills. The flagging mechanism will apply

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Ofgem Makes UK Energy Suppliers Give 30 Days Notice of Price Rises

UK energy regulator Ofgem (Office of the Gas and Electricity Markets) has confirmed new rules that mean energy suppliers must give consumers at least 30 days advance notice before putting up their prices. The changes come into effect on 28

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