Octopus Energy tariff offers to pay customers to use green electricity

BusinessGreen staff
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Energy supplier says plan to pay customers to use electricity when supply is abundant and demand low is a world first

Octopus Energy has today launched a "groundbreaking" green electricity tariff that promises to pay customers to use power when demand is low or supply is high. The energy supplier claims the half-hourly...

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