June 2008
Utility Week;6/6/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p7
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The article reports that Npower has won plaudits from consumer bodies and fuel poverty campaigners for its new social tariff. The Spreading Warmth tariff will be available to all vulnerable customers whose household income is less than £15,000 a year and will include a £250 discount irrespective of how the bills are paid. Also included as part of the tariff will be benefits entitlement checks, payment method advice, help with outstanding energy debts and access to free energy advice and measures.


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