UK’s Big Six energy suppliers rush to cut down prices following the Government’s policy changes
Following the Government’s announcement regarding a change of policy that would lead to consumers saving around 50 pounds on their dual fuel annual bills, the UK’s Energy major energy suppliers have already announce plans to pass on all of these savings directly to their customers, a news report in the media has revealed.
Green Deal scheme to become “more straightforward and less time-consuming”
The Government plans to implement a set of measures designed to streamline the Green Deal scheme, making it a lot faster and easier to access, a news release by the DECC (Department of Energy and Climate Change) has recently revealed.
UK government to reduce energy bills by an average of £50 a year
The UK government has pledged its support for a series of proposals designed to reduce the overall energy bills by around £50 a year in an effort to offset the ever-rising energy costs, multiple media sources are reporting today.
Energy efficiency schemes are failing, despite their huge price tag, studies reveal
Schemes designed to help bolster energy efficiency levels across Britain’s housing stock are failing, despite their £8.4bn price-tag, a report by Which? has revealed.
ECO scheme is responsible for the installation of most energy-saving measures, report reveals
Although it’s currently under scrutiny by the British Government and a prime target for cut backs, the ECO scheme is actually responsible for the most installations of energy-saving measures in UK homes, figures from the DECC’s Domestic Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation in Great Britain, Monthly report have revealed.
Installed base of smart heating controls to reach close to 32 million by 2020
Smart thermostats and other intelligent heating management solutions will reach an installed base of nearly 32 million by 2020, a brand new market research report by Navigant Research has pointed out.
Energy companies overcharge their customers by £650m annually through bill errors alone
Energy companies overcharge more than a quarter of their customers through mistakes on their bills, racking in huge profits in the process, a new research report released on behalf of the Keep Me Posted group has revealed.
Npower receives most customer complaints, watchdog suggests
Npower, owned by German company RWE, has topped the customer complaints’ list, a new report by watchdog Consumer Futures suggests.
Smaller energy suppliers getting more customers after “Big Six” pushed up prices
The UK’s smaller energy suppliers have already started to reap the benefits of the decision by the “Big Six” companies to push up prices in the form of a solid flow of new customers, a brand new media report has revealed.