2011 February news archive
It may be important to think of the environment in order to decrease energy consumption.
There are ways to cut energy use, says a newspaper.
Britons could find they can pay less for their energy elsewhere.
People may be fed up by energy price rises.
Cutting energy use is the key to profitability.
Energy discounts must be enjoyed by all, says a consumer group.
Switch of energy supplier 'must be complemented by green incentives'
Business energy can be slashed with efficient lighting.
Energy users can save money by cutting consumption.
British Gas is set to announce a 30 per cent rise in profits.
Many people may not be on the best energy tariff.
Spray foam may be the answer for homeowners looking to cut fuel consumption.
Older people could be losing out as fuel prices soar.
The government needs to assure people its Green Deal can work.
Companies could benefit on more than one front from IT recycling.
Going green can reduce payments to dual fuel providers.
Business energy costs can fall when firms go green.
Vulnerable people need to reduce their energy bills or risk not being able to afford heating in winter.
Consumers still require help when using a smart meter.
People can reduce power costs in many ways.
People have been advised on several ways to make their homes more energy efficient.
People could improve their energy efficiency by growing their own food, it has been claimed.
Small adjustments to behaviour can help make a home more energy efficient, it has been claimed.
People may find switching their energy supplier enables them to balance their household budgets.
Tenants are taking environmentally-friendly factors on board when deciding what offices to go for, it has been found.
A sustainability think tank has praised Birmingham City Council for its carbon emission reduction scheme.
Research has revealed that greenhouse gas emissions were down in 2009.
Offices will need to reduce their energy consumption in the years to come.
The government needs to inspire business energy customers.
The Green Deal could help people to reduce their fuel bills.
Businesses face a challenge to become more energy efficient.