2015 June news archive
When energy tariffs expire, customers are typically rolled onto suppliers standard tariffs which are usually their most expensive tariffs available.
Councillors of Lancashire council held a meeting yesterday (29/06/2015) to decide whether fracking would be allowed to go ahead for the first time since 2011.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced that the government is to look at options for privatising the Green Investment Bank (GIB).
Bristolians can now pay their energy bills using their local currency - the Bristol Pound. (£B)
£292 has been saved on average for each consumer this year – more than any point since 2010.
Weigh up the pros and cons of variable and fixed rate tariffs to find the right deal for you.
QR codes on energy bills will put consumers in control says the Government website
The government’s ‘Smart Meter Rollout’ is designed to save consumers money through more accurate billing – but is it doing more harm than good?
The Global Apollo project is aiming to tackle climate change with the same vigour in which America put the man on the moon.
The plan to create clean energy to last 120 years via a tidal lagoon in Swansea has sparked an environmental row in Cornwall.