2014 December news archive
A recent analysis of the energy market, conducted by UKPower.co.uk, has revealed that 13 popular energy tariffs will expire, leaving consumers with an 8% increase in their energy bills, on average.
The Government's Committee for Climate Change has released a report that urges the government to refocus their strategies when it comes to the future of Britain's energy, or risk further fuel poverty for our country's poorest households.
The Committee for Climate Change forecasts that consumers will watch their energy bills continue to rise in the coming years. Will the British energy bill reach its breaking point?
npower's chief executive Paul Massara openly supported Ofgem's fining of rival energy firm British Gas, but claims the Energy Company Obligations scheme is still far from perfect.
Big Six energy supplier, British Gas, have been hit with an £11.1 million fine for failing to meet obligatory energy efficiency targets on time.
The government has announced it is in the early stages of discussions that could lead to a 'world first' tidal energy project off the south coast of Wales. Energy experts are hopeful that these discussions mark a change in attitude towards renewable energy in Britain.
The German utility firm and Big Six energy supplier, E.ON, reveals plans to sell off most of their power-generating units due to the “dramatically altered global energy markets.”