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Old 04-04-2016, 12:25 PM
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Lightbulb Robin Hood Energy

This is not a complaint or problem.

I have been looking for cheaper energy and yes did the comparison websites and other things.. I spoke to another Forum member who switched suppliers. i thought it was a wind up.

I did the comparison spoke to the advisor at Robin Hood and found I can save over 400.00 a year by switching. Not quite the cost of pair of Jimmy Choos but hey this ole dragon still loves her pretties and can compromise.

I have worked out my first month's repayments. I have budgeted what would be the cost, so if my figures are correct, I have over budgeted by 50.00.. you can see where this heading

I will post my estimates here This also includes standing charges and VAT

Gas 21.05

Electricity 50.77

When we renovated this house I decided I wanted an all electric kitchen rather than using gas for cooking.
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Electric is better than gas. No smoke and no black marks on your pots and kettles etc. I moved north a few months ago and have a electric cooker/oven. Works out miles better than gas.
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Old 19-11-2016, 03:18 PM
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One of the best moves we have made, thanks to Alucard recommending Robin Hood. so far in savings it has been over 300.00. It will be interesting to see what the central heating costs us this winter.
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I did it as well moved to robin hood. Comparison is approx 250 a year cheaper than others.
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Old 11-01-2017, 09:49 AM
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Just watch the exit date on the present fixed term. Start negotiating about two months before it ends.
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