Gas and electricity news

30 November

GB Energy Collapse: What you need to know

On 26th November, domestic energy provider GB Energy announced that they have ceased trading, leaving 160,000 households at risk of facing higher energy bills. The company blamed rising oil prices and the increase on wholesale gas and electricity costs. Due to these difficulties, GB Energy is the first budget energy provider that has stopped trading this winter. If you were affected by the closure of GB Energy, here are the key facts you need to know to keep your energy bills in check:

24 October

How Your Office Can Reduce its Carbon Emissions

Solving climate change is an international challenge. However, an individual contribution makes the biggest difference, and the best place to start reducing the carbon footprint is your office. Reducing Carbon Emissions means minimising the CO2 contribution, and fortunately, there are plenty of long-term changes that your business can implement to become more sustainable. We’ve outlined some simple ways to help your company save energy and reduce your greenhouse gas footprint without breaking the bank.

14 October

Fact or Fiction: The truth about switching your business energy

Small and medium-sized British businesses (SMEs) waste £1.7 billion a year on gas. Many UK SMEs realise that they have been overpaying for business energy but do not reach out for lower cost options due to false beliefs. We have dispelled some of the most common energy switching myths to show that cutting energy costs can be a no-brainer.

04 October

What is collective purchasing and switching?

The Collective Energy Switching Scheme allows thousands of customers to come together and seek the best energy deal that is available in the energy market. Together we have been and are able to find you the best deal and an easy way to switch.

26 September

What do you need to know about nuclear power?

Learn about the benefits and drawbacks of nuclear powered energy, along with how the development of the Hinkley Point C will affect domestic energy prices.


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