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Cheapest fixed energy tariff for M&S

Cheapest fixed energy tariff for M&S

Consumer group Which? has revealed that M&S is the top fixed energy deal on the market. According to a ranking of the five cheapest deals, M&S Energy’s Fix & Save came first at £1,139 a year, while Npower’s Online Price ...

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Government renewables policy not going far enough to attract investment

Government renewables policy not going far enough to attract investment

EY, formerly known as Ernest and Young, have criticised the government in a recent report, stating that they are not going far enough to attract investment into renewables and focusing on shale gas over biomass power. The UK comes in ...

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Europe’s smartest washing machine lands in UK homes

Europe’s smartest washing machine lands in UK homes

Europe’s most intelligent washing machine, designed to help homeowners cut their energy bills and reduce the pressure on Britain’s electricity network, is to be trialled in the UK. The Hotpoint Ariston Aqualtis, designed by Indesit, is being installed in 150 ...

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RWE Npower boss criticises Ofgem for three-year delay over mis-selling enquiry

RWE Npower boss criticises Ofgem for three-year delay over mis-selling enquiry

Paul Massara, chief executive of Npower has criticised Ofgem for it’s delay on investigiating mis-selling in energy companies.He also disputes the allegations that his company were involved in mis-selling. Speaking to The Times Massara said: “It’s a 2010 investigation. You ...

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Samsung prototype 7MW mega-turbine delivered for testing

Samsung prototype 7MW mega-turbine delivered for testing

Samsung’s prototype offshore wind turbine has been delivered to a test facility in the UK. The turbine was delivered to Narec’s 15MW test facility in Northumberland. It showcases the technology that will be used in the Round three offshore wind ...

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Dong Energy to cut up to 400 jobs

Dong Energy to cut up to 400 jobs

Dong Energy has announced it will be axing between 350 and 400 jobs as part of a streamlining process to improve efficiency and “enhance the company’s competitiveness. The company’s interim financial report for the first half of the year, revealed ...

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EDF Energy launches auto-rollover contract with no exit fee for small businesses

EDF Energy launches auto-rollover contract with no exit fee for small businesses

A new auto-rollover contract has been launched by EDF Energy for small businesses, with no exit fee. It will be a 12 month fixed deal for small businesses who are on automatic renewal contracts, and should the customer change tariffs ...

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Caroline Lucas former Green party leader arrested at Balcombe shale site

Caroline Lucas former Green party leader arrested at Balcombe shale site

Former Green party leader Caroline Lucas MP was arrested today at the Cuadrilla test site at Balcombe, West Sussex as the protesting intensified today. Lucas was arrested with her son under Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986, which ...

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Eon to end it’s practice of cold calling

Eon to end it’s practice of cold calling

Eon has announced it is to end the practice of cold calling, as has SSE earlier today. SSE said that many customers find the practice ‘intrusive’ and Eon said that from Monday 19th August, they will only contact residential or ...

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Preffered bidders announced for government’s smart meter contracts

Preffered bidders announced for government’s smart meter contracts

The government have announced that the preferred bidders for their smart meter contracts are Capita, Arqiva, Telefonica and CGI. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) have announced that Capita has been named as the preferred bidder for the ...

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