Switch your energy supplier in just three days, courtesy of Ofgem
Home owners looking to switch their energy supplier will be able to do so within just three days as part of a new set of rules and regulations laid out by energy market regulator Ofgem.
Dorset school goes on a ‘Mission for Energy Efficiency’
A Dorset school has decided to implement a number of energy efficiency measures designed to help it cut its energy bills and and carbon footprint, a recent news report could reveal.
As wholesale energy prices drop, Ofgem asks suppliers to take action
Energy market regulator Ofgem has asked the Big Six energy firms to go public and explain to their customers the reasons behind their decision to keep tariffs at existing levels, despite the recent drop in wholesale gas and electricity prices.
Up to 25% of companies forecast power shortages over next few years
A quarter of all medium-sized companies expect to experience power outages over the next few years, as generation capacity dwindles and no replacements are being added to the grid.
Commercial real estate company cuts tenants’ energy costs by £6.9 million over 5 years
One of the UK’s largest real-estate companies has managed to cut its commercial tenants’ energy costs by £6.9 million over the last five years by implementing a variety of smart energy monitoring and efficiency measures. British Land manages in excess of 25 million
Scottish government creates £60m energy efficiency fund for homes in fuel poverty
Scottish local authorities will be able to access a share of a new £60 million fund created by Scotland’s central government to help households living in fuel poverty, a news source on the matter was able to reveal.
Former Npower customers receive huge bills months after switching
Energy company Npower has come under fine once again after multiple former customers have complained about receiving huge final bills months (and sometimes, even years) after switching to a different supplier, a news source has revealed.
Energy efficiency improvements help the US save $730 million (£434m)
The Better Buildings Neighbourhood Programme has managed to help the US save an impressive $730 million (£434m) on utility bills, a news report on this topic has recently revealed
SSE profits soar by 9.6%
Despite their efforts to blame energy price rises on a variety of external factors, energy suppliers continue to post very hefty yearly profits, the latest to do so being Scottish supplier SSE, who has just announced that its overall profits before tax rose 9.6% to £1,551.1 million last year.