September 2009 news archive
People intent of saving themselves money on their electricity and gas bills may be interested to hear that the Energy Saving Trust has launched a national campaign to find an energy-saving tsar.
Consumers in Herefordshire looking to save money on their gas and electricity bills will soon be able to pinpoint exactly where they are losing money, it has been reported.
Energy supplier Centrica has been named as the UK's top performing utility company, according to new research.
Scottish Power has launched a new Online Energy Saver 7 tariff, in a bid to reduce customers' gas and electricity bills.
Schools across the UK could be spending too much on their gas and electricity bills, according to new research.
More transparency and competitiveness is needed in the British energy market, it has been claimed.
Now could be an excellent time for Irish businesses to reap the benefits of changing energy supplier using price comparison websites.
Work has began on a large windfarm in Scotland which is could deliver green energy to over 67,000 homes in the local area.
Households looking to reduce their energy bills could save themselves 40 per cent by installing solar panels, it has been claimed.
More than 100,000 consumers looking to save money on their gas and electricity bills have signed up to the Kirklees Council Warm Zone scheme, it has been reported.
Scottish consumers are concerned about the cost of heating their homes in the wake of increased electricity and gas prices.
Consumers looking to switch their energy supplier online could benefit from significant prices decreases in the short term, it has been claimed.
A new energy company has entered the UK market claiming that it can help consumers looking to switch their energy supplier to save money.
Would-be homeowners are not generally put off purchasing a home if they are inefficient, it has been claimed.
Consumers could soon be saving 20 per cent on electricity and gas bills if new legislation is passed which would see the creation of energy co-operatives.
British consumers are being offered a cash incentive by Comet to trade in their old appliances, such as washers and driers, and purchase new energy efficient devices.
Consumers can reduce the amount of money they spend on electricity by opting for more energy-efficient appliances, it has been claimed.
As well as reducing the cost of electricity and gas bills for heating and lighting, energy saving technology itself could get cheaper it new proposals put forward by the British Retail Consortium (BRC) are implemented.
Worcestershire residents are to be given a helping hand by the Energy Saving Trust (EST) to reduce the cost of their electricity and gas bills.
Ten London councils have been named low carbon zones and will be at the forefront in the fight against climate change and high energy bills.
Switching energy suppliers using an online price comparison service could save you 20 per cent on your household bills, it has been claimed.
There has never been a better time to use online price comparison sites to find the best electricity and gas deal and switch supplier.
Builders fear that new energy efficient homes in the UK are getting more expensive to construct.