2015 February news archive
Following calls for wind energy projects to migrate onshore, industry experts this week criticized government bodies for being too generous with subsidies in the past, which have contributed to rising energy bills.
With the biggest solar eclipse since 1999 due on 20th March this year, and the use of solar power up to 10.5% - are systems operators ready?
As Scottish Power announce a large increase in profit, British Gas have suffered with the falling price of oil and gas. However, despite this bad news, British Gas are teasing further price cuts for their customers.
Today the CMA have published their findings following an investigation into energy prices, concluding that domestic energy consumers are spending up to 30% more than they need to.
Despite already extending development, EDF this week announced further setbacks to it's controversial nuclear energy plans in Somerset due to lower than anticipated profits.
With the ever changing price in oil what does the future hold for the energy consumer?
UK Ministers are banding together to encourage consumers to play their part in making the energy market a fairer environment for all involved. Consumers need to engage and take control of their energy options.
Despite announcing price cuts throughout 2015, the 'Big Six' energy suppliers have once again come under-fire by industry experts after it was announced that energy supplier profit margins are set to rise again this year.
Prices from the big six have been cut, but after a recent study it has come to light that we could still be saving more.
Opinions are being weighed in from our own Scott Byrom, energy expert, Dr Richard Westoby, Director of retails economics at SSE, leading Ofgem and the Competition and Markets Authority to step in.
Electric cars and vehicles are becoming more commonplace on our roads. Here's all the basic information you need about electric cars.