E Midlands has ‘most competitive energy tariffs’

By Jamie Hailstone | 02 June 2016

A leading think-tank has claimed local authority energy companies are winning the battle against the Big Six and creating a more competitive market for all.

In a report published today, the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) will claim the average tariff has decreased by £87 a year in the East Midlands since Nottingham City Council entered the market last September with Robin Hood Energy.

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