The Consumer Council response to the Utility Regulator’s Draft Determination of Price Control for Northern Ireland Electricity for the period 2012 – 2017.
The latest official figures from 2009 set fuel poverty levels in NI at 44 per cent,
one of the highest levels of fuel poverty in Northern Europe and the highest
compared to GB and ROI as shown in table one. Since then energy prices
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Northern Ireland (NI) has had experience of natural gas for 16 years. Today there are many people who believe that it can provide a stepping stone to a carbon free renewable energy industry at a price that is affordable to consumers. With such high expectations for the industry, the Consumer Council (CCNI) wanted to find out from consumers their experience of using natural gas.
The Consumer Council (CCNI) recognises the real benefits that gas currently
provides to consumers in terms of costs, energy efficiency, payment methods
and ease of use. With the high level of fuel poverty and significant increases
in the price of home
Factsheet for those affected by the Aer Lingus move from Belfast International Airport to Belfast City Airport.
The Consumer Council is to attend the Fermanagh County Show on the 7th and 8th of August and staff will be available to members of the public who have any queries on consumer issues.
In preparation for EU Air Passenger Rights Day, the Consumer Council conducted an online survey to examine consumers’ awareness of the rights of passengers with a disability or reduced mobility when travelling by air.
Ulster Bank needs a contingency plan for small businesses in Northern Ireland according to Consumer Council CEO, Antoinette McKeown who made the comments during an appearance before the Enterprise, Trade and Investment (ETI) Committee at Stormont today.
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