London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 22, 2012 -- The UK's leading independent energy company has produced an online guide to help households cut the complications of their energy bills.
Gas and electricity supplier First Utility has previously worked in partnership with consumer expert Which? to make its own bills as simple and as straightforward as possible, and has now created the guide to help users understand every aspect of their gas and electricity statements.
The guide includes an example of a First Utility gas and electricity bill with the various elements broken down into individual sections where readers can find more information.
First Utility CEO Ian McCaig states: "There is a huge opportunity for First Utility to make a real and positive difference for consumers, both in terms of their control over their energy use and in reducing their bills. The next year will see us introduce new and better platforms to improve customer experience and launch a range of new services. I am particularly excited about our work with US-based energy efficiency company Opower, which will give people access to unique tools and information regarding their energy consumption and will empower them to make real changes to the way they use energy."
First Utility recently made its first ever entry into the top 25 of the prestigious 2011 Virgin Fast Track 100. The exclusive list features the 100 British privately-owned companies with the fastest-growing sales.
Read First Utility's guide to home energy bills at: http://www.first-utility.com/home-energy/understanding-your-bill
About First Utility
First Utility is the smarter independent utilities supplier, offering electricity and gas services to a range of consumer and business customers. It is the only energy provider to roll out smart meters to all its customers, throughout the UK. It is through the use of smart metering technology that First Utility can empower consumers to manage and reduce their own energy consumption and bills. First Utility is headquartered in Warwick.