2010 June news archive
An Ofgem report has triggered a reduction in many fuel tariffs.
Skyscanner has named Malaga as the most popular destination for Brits in June.
People may wish to follow the energy advice of one newspaper.
Jim Haywood of Business in the Community has called on firms to lower their business energy bills by switching equipment off when it is not in use.
Poland is one of Europe's most affordable destinations.
Some people are losing out on cash to energy suppliers.
A campaigner has urged the government to back green energy plans.
Asda has saved £11.2 million on electricity bills in the previous year.
The government has been urged to update its carbon tax system.
Businesses should lead the way on energy issues.
Energy bills in Birmingham could be set to get smaller.
Air passenger duty may be set to increase, ABTA believes.
Homeowners in Surrey are to be told if they requir insulation.
VAT is rising to 20 per cent, the government has announced.
Insulating a home may drive down bills.
Britons have £6 less to spend each week compared with last year.
Jamaica's popularity among British tourists is set to continue rising.
Energy efficiency is in the hands of UK householders.
E.ON has revealed its FixOnline v8 is going to soon be removed, so people in need of extra cash may want to quickly move to the tariff.
Cheap gas bills could prove invaluable for young Britons who have moved into their first home.
Cheap duel fuel providers could help companies looking to cut down their energy expenses.
Cheap gas bills could prove to be one benefit for firms that follow Carbon Trust guidelines.
Cheap electricity bills are now enjoyed by Premiership team Manchester United.
Cheap gas bills could land on the doormats of London businesses.
A government scheme has been backed by experts.
A festival in Denmark is just one event people who benefit from cheap electricity and gas rates could spend their extra cash on.
The iPhone 4 is released in the UK at the end of the month.
Air conditioning can add a significant amount to energy bills.
The Queen's son has launched a guide on the benefits of sustainable energy.
Homeowners have been offered advice on how to save money on their energy bills.
Energy efficiency is becoming increasingly important to Britons.
More than half of firms maintained their spending on energy efficiency last year.
An expert has advised people to insulate their homes in order to drive down energy bills.
There is currently a lack of available information when buying energy, says an expert.