Energy and Climate Change Committee to consider home energy efficiency schemes
The MPs from the Energy and Climate Change Committee have revealed plans to look into potential future energy efficiency initiatives throughout next week, taking evidence on home energy efficiency and demand reduction, a recent news report in the local media has been able to reveal.
Government reveals plans to cut energy bills and boost competition
The UK government has recently launched a new programme which aims to increase competition in the energy sector while reducing families’ bills has been launched, a recent news report has been able to reveal.
Local Bath charity launches new Winter Warmth campaign to support the elderly
A Bath local charity has launched a new campaign aimed at supporting older people throughout the winter, including giving them advice on keeping warm and choosing the best energy deals, a recent news report in the local media has been able to reveal.
Energy efficiency is becoming increasingly important for home buyers, survey reveals
A house’s energy efficiency rating is becoming an increasingly important factor when deciding to purchase a new home, a new survey by Populus has found.
Policies for energy efficiency schemes in the UK must be predictable, experts argue
The UK’s various policies aimed at energy efficiency schemes should become more predictable, an expert has recently argued.
Energy bills set to soar as fixed contracts come to an
Customers on fixed energy deals are urged to check their contracts in order not to end up paying a fortune for gas and electricity as of December, a news source can reveal.
The elderly and vulnerable are at risk of falling into fuel poverty this winter, charity warns
People could be at risk of falling into severe fuel poverty this winter as all measures to help poorer households will shortly expire, a charity has warned.
British public looking forward to a Green Deal replacement
Up to 84% of the British public would like to see subsidies given to programmes that reduce energy waste, similar to the now defunct Green Deal, according to a new poll by the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (
Eradicating fuel poverty could take up to 28 years, Scottish party argues
The Scottish Greens have urged the Government to invest more in energy efficiency measures designed to eradicate fuel poverty, as the current levels would see the phenomenon eradicated in up to 28 years, a recent news report has been able to reveal.