2010 November news archive
Britons are not scared of putting their hands in their pockets when it comes to going green.
The cold weather in Britain may be forcing people to use more energy.
Firms may be about to rate business energy rates even higher.
Energy suppliers are to be examined after a recent wave of tariff increases.
The internet is the key to enjoying cheap home energy tariffs, advises a publication.
There are ways to reduce home energy bills this winter, suggests an organisation.
Saving energy does not have to be an expensive process, advises an expert.
The weather could force people to start using more power in their homes.
One company has the right idea for saving money, says an expert.
One energy expert has spoken out against the current price hikes in the industry.
British Gas is working with a US communications company on its smart grid roll out plans.
Fuel-poor families will benefit from greater attention to their cause, it has been suggested.
There is little justification for a hike in energy prices, says an expert.
With green investment still some months away, a switch of energy supplier may help people reduce their bills.
A Canadian firm went to work on its carbon footprint and found itself saving money.
More than 60 per cent of people are in a position to save money, according to research.
People could be suffering from the government's failure to do enough to go green, says an expert.
Smart meters are just one way people can control the energy they are using in their homes.
It is possible to save a significant amount of money by comparing energy prices online.
A government proposal could help people save money on their energy bills.
One expert has expressed delight at the freezing of some energy prices.
The amount saved on business energy bills is not yet as high as it could be for many firms.
Organisations may find they can cut their costs significantly by targeting business energy.
Energy-saving devices will be handed out to homeowners in Scotland.
People may find they are better off in the long run by going green.
The government is set to show what can be done to slash business energy bills.
Government assistance may persuade more people to go green.
One energy supplier has already added 9.3 per cent to its tariffs ahead of the winter.
It may be a shrewd move by UK firms to reduce the amount of power they use.
People in the UK are largely happy with the energy and gas deals on offer from providers.
Businesses may find it is better to make a switch of energy supplier than wait for the green revolution.