OFGEM’S announcement of savings of up to £19 on annual fuel bills for prepayment customers yesterday was dismissed by campaigners as “cold comfort” for the elderly and vulnerable.
The energy regulator will lower the price cap on October 1, cutting the average...
Tuesday 8th Aug 2017
posted by Will Stone in Britain
ENERGY networks have rinsed £7.5 billion in “unjustified” profits from customers, a charity revealed yesterday as it demanded the money be paid back.
Citizens Advice accused Britain’s toothless energy watchdog Ofgem of allowing networks to make billions in...
Thursday 13th Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
by Felicity Collier
A COUPLE from Scotland are well on their way to meeting their start-up target for a new green energy business to take on “the big fix.”
Our Energy, set up by David Pike and Karin Sode of East Lothian, has already secured more than...
Wednesday 22nd Feb 2017
WIND power plays a key role in curbing greenhouse gas emissions from other energy sources such as coal and gas, a new study proves today.
The analysis, by researchers at the University of Edinburgh, found that British wind farm power took the place of energy that would have produced...
Monday 12th Dec 2016
by Paddy McGuffin
UNIONS hailed a huge jobs boost after a new nuclear power station got the go-ahead yesterday, but environmental campaigners branded the decision “absurd.”
The government ended uncertainly over the contentious Hinckley Point C project by announcing...
Friday 16th Sep 2016
Electricity only sector on target as Tories fail to tackle heating and transport
Saturday 10th Sep 2016
SHAREHOLDERS at British Gas will demand today that the company pays back its part of £2.5 billion energy companies made from overcharging their costumers in 2015.
Britain’s largest energy provider Centrica, which owns British Gas, will be meeting in London for its yearly...
Monday 18th Apr 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
Turn to oil won’t solve environmental problems
Thursday 19th Nov 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
by Lamiat Sabin
Thursday 12th Nov 2015
THE first council-owned not-for-profit energy firm has been set up to tackle Big Six profiteers who are out to fleece customers, Nottingham announced yesterday.
Robin Hood Energy (RHE) has been set up by Nottingham City Council as the first gas and electricity firm wholly owned by a...
Tuesday 8th Sep 2015