2010 December news archive
Commercial properties could benefit from increased efficiency when it comes to business energy.
People can drive down energy consumption in their homes.
Older people may be in line to benefit from a government energy deal.
The government has some way to go before it can do right by everybody in the pursuit of reduced energy bills.
Minor improvements around the home can have a big impact on energy bills.
A switch of energy supplier may be particularly useful at the current time.
People have been reminded to switch off home appliances to save power.
The Green Investment Bank may soon be scaled back, according to a minister.
The most vulnerable households will suffer from cuts to an energy scheme, says an MP.
The UK could be set to go green in terms of energy use over the coming years.
A minister believes he can protect consumers against shock price hikes in the energy sector.
People should not be made to fund all the upgrades to the energy sector.
People can take steps to reduce the amount of energy they use.
Thousands of people may be hit by cuts to a government home fuel scheme.
A newly improved guide could help people to make a switch of energy provider.
Npower has become the latest supplier to increase its energy rates.
The carbon reduction commitment may not be stringent enough, says an expert.
Going green can be one way to reduce the cost of business energy.
The role of energy comparison sites has been praised by an industry insider.
A new government project could help those in fuel poverty.
A new freeze is set to engulf the country, which could lead to Britons wishing they had a cheaper energy tariff.
Britons could find their energy bills plummet if they make a switch of provider.
Experts believe energy prices in the UK are set to rocket over the coming years.
People in Scotland could benefit from a switch of energy provider in the current weather.
Businesses should look towards green energy as one way to improve the size of their power bills.
Scottish residents have been offered improved access to energy advice.
The public is increasingly tired of price issues decided by energy firms.
Firms who go green should experience benefits, says an industry expert.
People could reduce their energy bills if they take up free help.
Britons are not scared of putting their hands in their pockets when it comes to going green.