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Fuel price cut for rural areas

Fuel price cut for rural areas

Some of the UK’s most rural areas are benefiting from a price cut on their fuel, as a 5 pence price cut came into action yesterday which applies to 17 areas – 13 in the Highlands and 4 across the ...

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European Parliament approve new rules for eco-friendly lorries

European Parliament approve new rules for eco-friendly lorries

The European Commission put forward new rules to allow manufacturers to develop more aerodynamic lorries which reduce fuel usage by 7%-10% and cut greenhouse emissions. That could mean savings worth €5,000 (£3,565) every year in fuel costs for a typical ...

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Dramatic fall in help for the fuel poor of UK

Dramatic fall in help for the fuel poor of UK

New research claims that there has been a dramatic drop in assistance available for people living in cold homes. The number of major energy efficiency measures delivered has dropped 80% – from 112,000 in the winter of 2011/12 to just ...

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Protestors march on London Energy UK building

Protestors march on London Energy UK building

Around 100 protestors marched from the Institute of Directors to the Energy Uk building in Regent Street chanting “Public Energy Now” and “Bring Down the Big Six”. The energy giants are accused of causing a significant number of deaths in ...

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Government stats show fuel poverty down by 5%

Government stats show fuel poverty down by 5%

In 2012,  the number in fuel poverty was an estimated 2.28 million, which is 10.4% of all English households, down from 2.39 million in 2011. However, this increased during 2013, up to 2.33 million. The average fuel poverty gap – ...

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