NI domestic energy prices set to tumble

September 2009
Utility Week;9/18/2009, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that household energy bills are expected to decline in Northern Ireland in response to low wholesale energy costs incurred by electricity and gas suppliers. The biggest gas retailer, Phoenix Supply, was the first to announce that it would lessen tariffs by 19 percent. Firmus Energy and NIE Energy will also lower bills.


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