Definition of 'energy company'
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The first league table of shame for energy companies was published yesterday. The Sun (2016)No two energy companies are alike. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Families struggling to pay their bills to heat their homes would be appalled if it was found that energy companies were overcharging them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That's good news for the big energy companies but poor news for you. The Sun (2016)The price increase comes after warnings that smaller energy companies are struggling financially, following a rise in wholesale gas and electricity prices. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So I can see that energy companies recognise a nice little earner in teaming up with letting agencies. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Energy companies say 'a large proportion' of costs are outside their control. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Surely this can't be sleight of hand by the nation's largest energy company. The Sun (2016)IT'S difficult to know what the Big Six energy companies should be more ashamed of. The Sun (2016)Will the big energy companies now pass these savings on to consumers? The Sun (2014)What it actually did was prompt consolidation into the big six energy companies of today. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The only big energy company yet to announce a bill increase will make its move next month. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Large energy companies are reluctant to speak out in favour of fracking for fear that campaigners will target their plants. The Sun (2013)Energy companies were the biggest losers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The wholesale prices don't represent what the energy companies are actually paying. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Both Labour and the coalition are blaming the big six energy companies for high prices. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Energy companies say that green taxes account for about 10 per cent of an average household bill. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Less than a quarter of people say they trust energy companies and fewer than one in ten think bankers act in their best interests. The Sun (2013)Of course, you know what the energy companies say when the wholesale gas and electricity prices go up. The Sun (2014) Energy companies have been running coal plants flat out in recent months, and half a dozen gas plants have been mothballed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Asset swaps have become an increasingly popular option for some of the world's biggest energy companies to boost the size of operations. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Our crumbling infrastructure and lack of political will to sort this out have left assets ripe for picking off by larger European energy companies. Times, Sunday Times (2008)For years, it has been obvious that no big energy company would be willing to invest in the project without lashings of public subsidy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some solutions, they say, may come out of the research centres of big energy companies. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The small energy companies could give the Big Six a run for their money if more people would consider using them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Almost a million extra households face fuel poverty after one of Britain's largest energy companies announced steep price increases this week. Times, Sunday Times (2011)BP, with other energy companies, is benefiting from higher oil prices. Times, Sunday Times (2010)ARE the energy companies better at forecasting the weather than the Met Office? The Sun (2010)
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