Which? revealed that complaints against the big six energy suppliers have collectively reached 5,579,665 million for 2013 and as a result is calling for six fixes to the energy market today. Npower received the most complaints at 1.4 million, but had ...Read More »
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Under the regulator’s plans, energy firms will be banned from charging catch-up bills for gas ...
Npower must “justify” to its customers why they are introducing one of the largest energ...
An IT company has joined forces with a green technology firm to develop wind turbines that can attac...
Experts have warned that by a government decision to quit Europe’s atomic power treaty, Britain’s fi...
Figures obtained by the BBC reveal that Britain’s energy firms are holding onto nearly £4bn of...
2.2 million children are in fuel poverty according to the latest figures, showing a rise of 26%, with an extra 460,000 children in cold homes. This new definition of fuel poverty makes the overall problem look smaller, with million people ...Read More »
An £8.3 million energy efficiency trial backed by Ofgem could save consumers 20% on their energy bills. Money from the Low Carbon Network Fund was used to test different energy saving approaches across 4,000 households in the Solent area by Southern ...Read More »
Staffordshire Sunny Schools project are hoping to raise £880,000, by selling shares to locals for a fair financial return of around 10% to fit solar panels on the school rooftops. The money will be used to have the panels fitted, ...Read More »
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) could remove the scheme’s golden rule, where measures installed must repay the investment within 25 years. Jon Booth, director of household energy efficiency at Decc said at the UK Green Building ...Read More »
More than 1 million customers changed their energy tariffs in November and December last year, according to the latest figures. Electralink recorded the data, which shows that 1,006,435 consumers changed their tariffs at the end of 2013. 23% moved over to ...Read More »
Co-op foodstores have launched a new scheme to offer compostable carrier bags to their customers that can also be used as food waste bin bags. The trial has been started in several areas in England and is being rolled out ...Read More »
UK energy customers that do not swap suppliers could be missing out on huge savings totalling billions of pounds, according to new research by Gocompare.com. The research has found that more than 50% haven’t switched in the last 3 years, ...Read More »
Energy supplier Npower has announced a reduction in around 2.6% in response to the government’s recent changes to energy bills. The Npower customers whose bills went up in December will see the reduction in their bills, including those on fixed ...Read More »
In the aftermath of the Christmas Day power cuts, electricity network companies face a £4 million compensation bill after half a million customers in the south of England were cut off due to high winds 2 days before the festive ...Read More »