2015 March news archive
National Grid and Statnett reach agreement on interconnector between UK and Norway. Green energy for 750,000 homes in Britian.
With the general election getting closer and closer, the five opposing parties are busy campaigning and releasing details surrounding their policies. Click here to read about each parties main plans for the UK energy market, renewable technology, energy bills, and more.
A recent report has found that energy consumption in the UK has fallen in 2014, but the average cost of a households energy bill has risen. Scott Byrom explains why this might be.
Following the launch of the Power To Switch campaign by the DECC, 130,000 households switched in just one month resulting in £38 million of savings.
The South American country has sourced 100% of its electricity this year from sustainable sources – forgoing fossil fuels entirely.
A tidal lagoon on Swansea bay will create 70,000 jobs and produce clean energy for 120 years.
Don Curnow, writing on behalf of Air and Water, explains some of the easiest and most effective ways to save money on household heating bills.
Big Six energy supplier has announced an operational split in the wake of falling profit margins. The company has been hit hard by several factors that have led to a decision to reform the way that the energy supplier operates.
Take a look to see if your tariff is coming to end, you could be getting charged more for energy soon if so.
The head and founder of Ovo Energy, Stephen Fitzpatrick, has criticised some of the larger energy suppliers of intentional loss making, insisting that it’s lowering the level of supplier competition in the market - which consumers ultimately pay for.
Millions of people across the UK are living in poverty as they cannot afford their energy bill. New Government legislation aims to fix that.
The European Energy Union looks to alleviate EU countries’ dependence on Russia for gas by uniting all energy markets into one – but some have doubts as to whether this is realistically implementable.