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« Reply #30 on: August 20, 2019, 08:24:21 AM »

If you could picture irony,


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« Reply #31 on: August 20, 2019, 02:06:50 PM »

I guess they're just lying then. Oh well.

"Pure Planet customers pay no more than the firm pays for wholesale energy."

From what I can find that quote is from a journalist and not from Pure Planet themselves.

No electricity supplier could sell electricity to homeowners at wholesale prices.  They have to cover all the other costs, such as distribution charges, as well.


Ah, OK. My faith in corporations is restored Smiley Well, some of them. PP are the cheapest energy supplier we've ever had, especially with 100% renewable electricity.
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« Reply #32 on: August 20, 2019, 03:14:59 PM »

I guess they're just lying then. Oh well.

"Pure Planet customers pay no more than the firm pays for wholesale energy."

From what I can find that quote is from a journalist and not from Pure Planet themselves.

No electricity supplier could sell electricity to homeowners at wholesale prices.  They have to cover all the other costs, such as distribution charges, as well.


Ah, OK. My faith in corporations is restored Smiley Well, some of them. PP are the cheapest energy supplier we've ever had, especially with 100% renewable electricity.

I agree completely. We are with them for our home supply and they've been really good.
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