July 2010 news archive
A switch to green practices may be the most effective way of maintaining affordable business energy bills.
Munich has been highlighted as a top place to visit, perhaps with the cash saved after a switch of energy supplier.
Driving down the cost of energy bills may only be possible by cutting consumption.
Cambridge City Council has reduced its business energy bill by £233,000 a year since 2005.
Smart meters are due to be rolled out across much of Europe.
Insulating the floor of a workplace may help firms save money.
Cheap electricity can be enjoyed simply by buying a home facing towards the sun.
Older people have options when it comes to reducing home energy bills.
A switch of energy supplier may free up cash for Brits.
Insulation may become increasingly important in the years to come.
An increased use of renewable power could help business energy customers to reduce their bills.
A significant number of people in the UK may lose their energy supply because of a lack of funds.
Saving money on energy bills could pay for a summer break in Wales.
An energy project in Wales aims to drive down the cost of home energy.
An energy efficiency project may help consumers build cheap electricity and gas bills.
A break in Sri Lanka may be one way to spend money saved after a switch of energy supplier.
A government scheme could help companies lower their expenditure.
Renewable energy is becoming more important in Europe, says an expert.
Older people could team an offer by the government with a switch of energy supplier to reduce their bills.
An American scheme could lead the way in inspiring people to reduce their energy output.
Securing cheaper energy could create cash to be used in other areas.
A newspaper has offered a number of tips on how to use less fuel in the workplace.
Firms in East Anglia will be offered advice on how to save energy.
Many people believe their current energy supplier is failing them.
A change of energy supplier is something many people could be about to consider.
The UK is using a record amount of gas and electricity.