We need a more sensible price structure for gas and electricity. At the moment, people in fuel poverty, and others who use small amounts of energy, pay high prices per unit of the energy they use, while people who use a lot of energy pay lower prices per unit of energy. This creates a perverse incentive to use more energy, since the price tariff is higher for low rates of energy use, and lower for higher rates of energy use. Daft or what?
Apart from Cooperative Energy, which has a single tariff regardless of the amount of energy a customer uses, Ebico is the only UK energy company I know about that sells electricity and gas at the same rate per unit to all customers within a given region.