More than five million households are now in the red to their energy supplier, report reveals
More than five million households across the UK are now in the red to their energy supplier, owing an estimated £637m, figures published in a new report seem to reveal.
Bills for Co-operative Energy customers go up by 100 pounds
From the 9’th of May, Co-operative Energy is to increase prices for 106,000 customers on its Pioneer tariff, which will see the average dual fuel bill go up by around £100, a news report reveals.
Making your home more energy efficient will reduce chances of a mortgage default
The risk of mortgage default is one-third lower for energy-efficient homes, an academic study carried out on behalf of the US Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) reveals.
BRE ushers in new home energy efficiency monitoring program
The Building Research Establishment (BRE) has recently announced plans to undertake a bold new research project, aimed at understanding heat losses in the seven million solid wall homes in Great Britain.
Green Deal Finance Company (TGDFC) and its stakeholders agree on £244m funding package
The Green Deal Finance Company (TGDFC) and its stakeholders have just decided on a £244m funding package, meaning that the companies wishing to access finance from the TGDFC can now start selling Green Deal plans immediately.
Pensioners in Wales urge the government to boost fuel poverty incomes
A campaign group for the rights of pensioners in Wales is urging the government to boost pensioner’s incomes in order to help them avoid fuel poverty, a news report reveals.
Green Deal lacks proper advertising, claim building industry sources
Marketing for the Green Deal is under-funded compared to the proportions of budgets allocated by large retailers, sources within the building industry claim.
ACE blames Government for preventing energy efficiency in the UK
The Secretary of State for Communities & Local Government, Eric Pickles, is accused of single-handedly undoing the UK’s energy policy and preventing the country from becoming the most energy-efficient one in Europe.