Following further decreases in the wholesale electricity and gas markets from the corresponding period last year, The Consumer Council is calling on energy suppliers to transparently pass these reductions onto consumers.
Click Energy customers will be disappointed to hear that as well as seeing a 5.87% increase in the unit rate of electricity they pay, from 1 October 2019 they will also have to pay a standing charge of 8.895p or 11.138p per day.
The Consumer Council is delighted to support Progressive Building Society's second annual Northern Ireland Savings Week which has been launched today - 09 September.
The initiative aims to raise awareness across Northern Ireland of the benefits and importance of saving on a regular basis. Our own "Consumer Insights Report" reveals that fewer than 6 in 10 Northern Ireland households have money saved for a "rainy day" which can put households at financial risk when unexpected expenditure arises.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has today released the summer edition of its banking customer satisfaction survey for personal current accounts in Northern Ireland and the UK. The survey was introduced by the CMA after it conducted a market investigation into the retail banking sector in 2016.