Green Energy

06 November

Why leaving the light on could be damaging your health

We’ve all been guilty of leaving lights on unnecessarily at one time or another - not only is it bad for the environment, it ight also be bad for your health.

25 September

How green is your green energy deal?

Switching to a green energy deal is a way to save money and do a bit for the environment. Or is it? It seems not all green deals are as green as you think.

18 September

Can local councils cut energy prices and help you go green?

Could local authority owned energy companies help offer households a fairer deal on energy, cut bills for millions of customers and even go green?

28 May

Is National Grid public ownership the answer?

High prices, poor customer satisfaction and suppliers going bust - the UK energy industry is a mess. Is nationalisation of National Grid the answer?

03 April

Corporate social responsibility and energy efficiency

Environmental corporate social responsibility is the concerted efforts of businesses across the world to reduce their impact on the world around us. Here's how you can be a part of the movement.

16 October

Should fracking be banned in the UK?

What is fracking? Why is it so divisive? And could it really lead to lower energy bills? We examine the pros and cons of shale gas extraction in the UK.

09 October

How to fight climate change from home

An IPCC report on has shown climate change is an even more pressing problem than previously thought. Here’s how you can fight global warming from home.

04 April

Is it time to go green?

Wind and solar sources now generate more electricity in the UK than nuclear power – is it time to embrace renewable energy?

19 December

UK vs EU Energy - Prices, consumption and renewables

How does the UK energy market stack up against that of other European countries? Click here to find out about UK vs EU energy prices and consumption.

12 October

Should energy efficiency take priority over a price cap?

The government has confirmed a price cap to curb 'rip-off energy bills', but should it concentrate on the UK’s domestic energy-efficiency problem?

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