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Eurelectric calls for efficient network tariffs to advance energy transition

Europe’s electricity networks need upgrading, however, the traditional approach of reinforcing and expanding the grid has drawbacks, especially regarding cost-efficiency.

Good Energy offers free electricity for British EV drivers

GB clean energy company Good Energy and electric vehicle (EV) charge point map provider Zap-Map are offering a novel ‘flash’ free electricity tariff.

UK startup Octopus Energy targets 50 million customers globally by 2027

Octopus Energy plans its customer expansion by bringing supply and generation into a single end-to-end business in a £3.4 billion (US$4.7 billion) deal.
Electric Ireland has launched its first set of tariffs to enable customers to benefit from their smart meters.

Smart meter tariffs launched in Ireland

Electric Ireland has launched its first set of tariffs to enable customers to benefit from their smart meters.

Uruguay’s UTE launches ‘smart tariff’ plan for householders

A reduction in the peak hours and a ‘Smart Plan’ with variable tariffs are being introduced which should bring savings for domestic customers.
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UK’s poorest households pay triple for energy compared to better-offs

Lower-income households are paying as much as three times more for energy in terms of percentage of disposable income, than their most affluent neighbours.
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A review of grid modernisation efforts in the US

It’s becoming familiar ground, working in a sector where technology is continually evolving at a rate federal and state regulators seemingly can’t keep pace with, leaving utilities stuck in a semi-state of partial readiness, but unable to make big moves as oil, gas and coal are fought for at the highest levels.
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Solar tariffs set to devastate US economy, cost 62,000 jobs

More than 62,000 jobs, $19 billion in investment and 10.5GW of solar will be lost due to tariffs, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association.
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New study highlights consumer energy tariff preferences

SECC reveals that the majority of consumers prefer time-varying energy rate plan when given a choice.
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7% tariff increase for consumers in Georgia

Georgia Power has filed a proposal with state energy regulator to increase consumer energy tariffs by approximately 7%.

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