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Comment from Co-operative Energy on speculation about other suppliers’ price cuts

Posted on 6 January 2012

Nigel Mason – Business Development Manager of Co-operative Energy said: “Suppliers should not be pocketing the benefit of falling wholesale prices. They should be passing on price reductions to customers promptly and fully. Crucially, they should be cutting prices for existing customers who want the reassurance that they are getting a good deal without having to go through the pain of constant switching. Suppliers should not just be issuing marketing statements about cuts aimed solely at new customers and new contracts.”

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