2015 April news archive
npower set to launch the nation's first Fuel Bank trial. Teaming up with charities such as The Trussell Trust, Durham Christian Partnership and National Energy Action to support those most in need, starting with 13,000 people in the first year of the scheme.
In response to the rising price of energy per unit Solar panels are now being considered by 60% of UK households.
The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) have just released a ‘SME Guide to Energy Efficiency’ to help business owners make the most of reducing their energy consumption.
New style of UK electricity pylon constructed in Nottinghamshire UK.
A recent report has shown that UK households are still disengaged with the energy market – despite recent government efforts to make the switching process easier.
Royal Dutch Shell has confirmed that an agreement has been made between themselves as BG which could possibly mean the biggest transaction of the year.
Big six supplier E.On has been ordered to pay millions in fines for wrongly charging customers, an error which it made only two years previously.
National Grid and Statnett reach agreement on interconnector between UK and Norway. Green energy for 750,000 homes in Britian.