Octopus Energy hails success of flexible and smart tariffs as it expands rewards offer

Stuart Stone
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Octopus Energy expands flexible and smart tariff offers to incentivise household energy saving behaviours

Octopus Energy claims more than one million households have now signed up to its roster of services designed to incentivise more efficient and flexible energy use, as the energy supplier this week announced...

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