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Started by: mollie m (6472) 

I'm with Powergen and I'm seriously thinking of changing my supplier. I work from 9 till 5 Monday to Friday and through the summer my gas has been £50 a month and electricity £48 a month. Now then! If I'm at work all day with no central heating on, no cooking being done and no fire on, how am I using so much power? I did a little test in September by not using any gas whatsoever, except to cook. What I did was I took a reading and wrote it down with the time at the side of it. Cooked my meal then took another reading with the time. I did this for almost a month but I've still not rung Powergen to ask them why my meter is moving when I've no gas on, except for the pilot light for my heating. I really must ring them about this because it can't possibly be right. Anyone got any ideas about this?

Replied: 7th Nov 2006 at 12:46

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