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E.ON 3 year deal signed with Qatari gas

E.ON 3 year deal signed with Qatari gas

E.ON has signed a 3 year deal for Qatari gas to bring it’s energy to the UK. The contract begins immediately with RasGas, and it will see liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Qatar to the Isle of Grain. Around two ...

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Homeworkers could cut carbon emissions by 3 billion tonnes

Homeworkers could cut carbon emissions by 3 billion tonnes

Businesses could cut 3 million tonnes of carbon emissions by homeworking, which would save £3 billion. Allowing staff to work from the comfort of their own homes, where employees use internet, smartphones and ‘the cloud’ could dramatically reduce energy usage, ...

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Ovo Energy ups prices by 3%

Ovo Energy ups prices by 3%

Independent energy supplier Ovo Energy increased it’s prices by 3% today, which is the first price rise by the supplier for a year after five price drops. The company said the rise was due to an ‘upward move’ in wholesale ...

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Utilities face increased risk of cyber attacks

Utilities face increased risk of cyber attacks

  Utilities in the UK could face heightened risks of cyber attack around tensions surrounding the Russia-Ukraine dispute. Radware, the cyber security specialist, said that there has been a spate of cyber attacks recently within the Ukraine, and the UK ...

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Watchdog finds 1 in 5 consumers struggling to pay water bills

Watchdog finds 1 in 5 consumers struggling to pay water bills

Industry watchdog Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) has found that as many as one in five consumers are finding it difficult to keep up with their water bill payments. The figure has increased from last year when it was one ...

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Balfour Beatty suspends 3 employees amid corruption investigations

Balfour Beatty suspends 3 employees amid corruption investigations

National Grid contractor Balfour Beatty have suspended three employees amid ongoing investigations of alleged ‘improper conduct’ around it’s gas mains replacement contract. On Wednesday, trade union GMB said that a “major investigation” has been launched to allegations that “wads of cash”, ...

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Smart Meter roll out faces 3 month delay

Smart Meter roll out faces 3 month delay

  The mass rollout of the smart meters in the UK could be delayed by three months by the Data and Communication Company (DCC). This has already been pushed back a year by the Government who said there needed to ...

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BP takes a drop in profits

BP takes a drop in profits

BP reported that it’s profits have dropped to $3.2 billion (£1.9 billion) during the 1st quarter of 2014, which is down $1 billion (£600m) on the same period last year. However, it is a rise on the final quarter of ...

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EDF Energy opens new wind farm and gas power station

EDF Energy opens new wind farm and gas power station

EDF Energy opened a new wind farm and a gas plant yesterday at West Burton in Nottinghamshire. Energy Minister Michael Fallon joined EDF Group Chairman and CEO Henri Proglio to open the Teeside offshore wind farm and the West Burton ...

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Faulty SSE meters may have overcharged customers

Faulty SSE meters may have overcharged customers

  SSE have advised that some faulty meters may have resulted in as many as 8,000 customers being overcharged for their electricity due to a manufacturing fault in a batch of Economy 10 meters. The meters give customers ten hours ...

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