E.ON says sorry for sending socks to customers with advice to keep warm

Energy supplier sent pairs to 30,000 households with advice on turning down the heating to cut carbon footprints

A second big energy supplier has been forced to apologise to thousands of British households after offering unwelcome advice on how to keep warm during the national energy crisis – with a pair of socks.

E.ON Next said it was “incredibly sorry” after sending pairs of polyester socks branded with advice to turn heating down to help reduce carbon emissions to about 30,000 households which had taken part in an energy saving campaign last year.

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E.ON, Utilities, Energy industry, Business, UK news, Household bills, Family finances, Energy bills, Consumer affairs, Money UK news | The Guardian

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