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Energy company E.On said it was “deeply sorry” for sending stockings to customers in Britain to urge them to cut back on heating appliances.

With this, EON has become the second major energy supplier in Britain to admit a marketing misstep at a time when customers are grappling with the rising cost of living due to rising energy prices.

Earlier this week, the founder of Ofo said he was “really embarrassed” after the company gave its customers energy-saving tips, including jumping and cuddling pets.

UK energy bills are expected to rise sharply in April.





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