2010 April news archive
Demand for buildings that use low amounts of energy is on the rise as owners look to benefit from cheap electricity bills.
A Morocco holiday has been recommended by Wanderlust magazine.
Smart meters enable firms to bring down their outgoings by monitoring and reducing their energy usage, according to one expert.
Cheap gas bills could help Britons save money which could be put towards a summer holiday to France.
Cheap electricity could be the main motivator of many firms to embrace more environmentally-friendly approaches to keep energy usage down.
Cheap gas could prove to be one of the benefits of making sure a boiler works as efficiently as possible.
Cheap electricity could help families save money to put towards a summer holiday that is a little bit different.
Cheap gas could help communities who want to make energy bill savings as soon as possible.
Those heading to the Rugby World Cup have been advised to book accomodation early
All homeowners looking to make improvements to their property should be focusing on boosting its energy efficiency, according to one expert.
The new products have the ability to communicate with smart appliances wirelessly.
Thailand offers a range of activities to those who have saved money by carrying out an electricity price comparison.
Electricity industry leaders have argued transmission charges imposed by the National Grid are limiting their ability to develop renewable electricity projects.
An EC ruling would help improve standards in the construction industry, which could result in firms moving into new buildings benefiting from cheap electricity costs.
The party has been praised for its free insulation plan, which may be the ideal accompaniment to a switch to a cheap energy supplier.
Companies have been encouraged to appoint a chief sustainability officer to make the most of energy efficiency opportunities.
Cashflow problems at smaller firms could be reduced by switching to a cheap gas provider to lower operating expenses.
The Liberal Democrats have outlined a number of proposals that could result in cheap energy for homeowners.
Bright colours are currently in fashion for people who are putting the cash they have saved by switching to a cheap electricity supplier towards a home makeover.
The UK Green Building Council has welcomed one aspect of the 2010 Labour Party manifesto.
Fuel-poor households are to get further assistance with their electricity and gas costs under the new energy act 2010.
Firms in the area are being encouraged to attend the event, which takes place on April 20th.
Businesses may want to start looking for a cheap gas provider if expectations of rent rises are to be believed.
PwC has warned firms that do not plan for CRC could see their energy costs increase.
Cheap electricity bills could leave parents with some extra cash to take their kids on a family getaway.
People who switch to a cheap electricity supplier can use the money they have saved to enjoy a domestic break.
The scheme will encourage businesses to cut their carbon output, a spokeswoman for the Renewable Energy Centre has claimed.