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  1. Zero Mark Up vs, Sustainability?

    Posted by Lenny, 08-09-19
    Two features about Pure Planet prompted me to join.

    The first is their commitment to transparent pricing, by selling energy at cost using a single tariff and deriving the income required to run...
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  2. I think those people with this issue have one...

    Posted by Lenny, 16-08-19
    Thread: Second property
    I think those people with this issue have one instance of the app installed, and then login and out of the two accounts using the two different email addresses as required.

    Now that we can also...
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  3. Hello cjt and welcome to the community. This...

    Posted by Lenny, 16-08-19
    Hello cjt and welcome to the community.

    This forum is mainly used by other customers such as yourself.

    To get the attention of Pure Planet, from the app or web site select Help and use WattBot....
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  4. Hello rogerjones28 and welcome to the community....

    Posted by Lenny, 16-08-19
    Thread: Second property
    Hello rogerjones28 and welcome to the community.

    This forum is mainly used by other customers such as yourself.

    I believe PP are working to develop the app to accommodate the situation you...
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  5. Hello John cassidy and welcome to the community....

    Posted by Lenny, 16-08-19
    Hello John cassidy and welcome to the community.

    This forum is mainly used by other customers such as yourself.

    Pure Planet are running a trial of Smart Meter installations. You can get some...
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  6. Hello Suds01 and welcome to the community. ...

    Posted by Lenny, 16-08-19
    Thread: Smart meters
    Hello Suds01 and welcome to the community.

    This forum is mainly used by other customers such as yourself.

    Smart meter installation is undertaken by Pure Planet, so if the text is not from them...
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  7. Completing a 3-day road (and ferry!) trip from...

    Posted by Lenny, 09-08-19
    Completing a 3-day road (and ferry!) trip from Cornwall to Sweden with my son in a 1963 Beetle which he restored himself 10 years ago. It will stay in Sweden as he now lives and works there.
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  8. Thanks Marc

    Posted by Lenny, 09-08-19
    Thanks Marc
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  9. The direct debit amount is fixed, but the amount...

    Posted by Lenny, 05-08-19
    The direct debit amount is fixed, but the amount is lower in the 'summer' months and higher in the 'winter' ones.

    I think the best chance of getting 'pay what you use' is when Pure Planet roll out...
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  10. Electricity price cap exemption for some renewable tariffs

    Posted by Lenny, 05-08-19
    Interesting article in the Independent saying how Good Energy have avoided the electricity price cap as 'Ofgem says Good Energy can continue to charge customers a premium because bosses are able to...
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  11. Hello Paul L and welcome to the community. ...

    Posted by Lenny, 11-07-19
    Thread: Debit Amount
    Hello Paul L and welcome to the community.

    This forum is mainly used by other customers such as yourself.

    If you wish to make a one-off payment to reduce the debit you can do so - check out...
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  12. My son had his 1968 Beetle converted to LPG after...

    Posted by Lenny, 09-07-19
    My son had his 1968 Beetle converted to LPG after he restored it and I had a 1971 VW Type 2 Camper which was also converted. Both vehicles ran extremely well on LPG, the spark plugs in particular...
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  13. ...even the Chelsea Pensioners look young?

    Posted by Lenny, 09-07-19
    ...even the Chelsea Pensioners look young?
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  14. Hello Marc, Thanks for that - what would you...

    Posted by Lenny, 09-07-19
    Hello Marc,

    Thanks for that - what would you say was your typical annual mileage? Looks quite high from your monthly fuel costs?

    It would be interesting to get a £/mile figure.
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  15. Agreed. Rural transport is important, but living...

    Posted by Lenny, 07-07-19
    Agreed. Rural transport is important, but living in Cornwall it is depressing to see so many elderly double deckers roaming the countryside belching out fumes, often with zero passengers.
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  16. At less than 4,500 miles/year, a second hand Zoe...

    Posted by Lenny, 07-07-19
    At less than 4,500 miles/year, a second hand Zoe can be had pretty cheaply and the £49/£59 monthly battery lease cost could work out a lot less than the depreciation on a mini?
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  17. Hello Marc, I have a SMETS1 Secure Liberty 100...

    Posted by Lenny, 02-07-19
    Hello Marc,

    I have a SMETS1 Secure Liberty 100 SM which will hopefully get upgraded in due course via a software update. How will I be notified of this? Assuming it is successful how will PP know,...
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  18. Hello Kobby, Although Pure Planet have...

    Posted by Lenny, 28-06-19
    Hello Kobby,

    Although Pure Planet have increased the range of changes that members can make through the recently introduced web pages (https://purepla.net/me/#/home) when it comes to a major...
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  19. Hello brookheather and welcome to the community....

    Posted by Lenny, 28-06-19
    Hello brookheather and welcome to the community.

    This forum is mainly used by other customers such as yourself.

    I guess the installer will report back to Pure Planet, but it wouldn't hurt for...
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  20. Leased EV Running Costs

    Posted by Lenny, 27-06-19
    It seems that every new EV release is accompanied by some fairly impressive improvements, particularly in battery performance. For example “the new Renault Zoe has taken advantage of denser cells to...
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  21. One question I meant to ask when I was on the...

    Posted by Lenny, 26-06-19
    One question I meant to ask when I was on the trip was 'Do they get paid for not supplying electricity when there is over capacity?'
    ...
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  22. Poll: I hope the best before dates stay. That way I can...

    Posted by Lenny, 24-06-19
    I hope the best before dates stay. That way I can pick up a bargain now and again.
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  23. Poll: POLL: When will petrol and diesel be withdrawn from sale in the UK for motoring purposes?

    Posted by Lenny, 20-06-19
    The government proposes enshrining in law a committment by the UK for zero carbon emissions by 2050. However, this will be achieved in part through international carbon credits.

    So when do you...
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  24. Thanks for the links woz - I'd seen the company...

    Posted by Lenny, 20-06-19
    Thanks for the links woz - I'd seen the company in Somerset, but not the one in the USA. Interesting that we are still at the stage where there is a debate about whether AC or DC motors are best....
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  25. Hello woz, You are right about the price of a...

    Posted by Lenny, 20-06-19
    Hello woz,

    You are right about the price of a new EV. I test drove a Smart ForFour recently and really liked it. OTR price was £18,000 and they even had a pre-registered car for £16,000. Makes no...
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