Ofgem set to investigate six UK energy suppliers over failed efficiency targets
Although the UK’s largest energy suppliers have managed to achieve an impressive 99% of their energy efficiency targets by the end of 2012, Ofgem has just revealed the fact that they plan to investigate the missed 1%.
HeatingSave to exhibit innovative energy monitoring technologies at Greenbuild Expo 2013
HeatingSave is a market leader in the field of energy management, monitoring and efficiency, so it should come as no surprise that we’ll exhibit our latest, most advanced and exciting products at the Greenbuild
Shell gives UK shale gas the cold shoulder
Although the UK government seems to be quite optimistic as far as the revenues following future shale gas exploration are concerned, things are quite different as far companies willing to actually invest in this field are concerned, with energy giant Shell actually revealing the fact that it doesn’t plan to tackle the UK in the near future.
Company may start shale gas fracking operation near London
The first and, up until now, the only company to have conducted shale gas fracking in the UK, Cuadrilla Resources, is set to start exploratory drilling for oil and gas in Balcombe, Sussex this summer, just 31 miles (50 km) south of London, a
Key parliamentary adviser urges the UK to relinquish green energy bias
There seems to be no resolution in sight to the ongoing debate regarding the future of UK’s energy provision solutions and shale gas exploration, with yet another key figure expressing his support for a smart, non-biased approach to this issue.
UK Government to invest £9 billion in energy and utilities
The UK government is set to invest heavily in energy and utilities over the next couple of years, a news report reveals.
Energy giant warns of further bill hikes, blames it on wholesale energy prices
Although energy prices are already at an all-time high, more bill hikes are set to follow, energy supplier SSE warns.
UK tax change will hit energy distributors first, end-customers likely to follow
UK Chancellor George Osborne has just revealed plans to implement a significant change in tax rules, designed specifically to prevent businesses claiming capital allowances for costs met by other firms, a news report reveals, with gas and electricity distributors being directly affected.