Energy reforms to be implemented by UK ministers will cost each customer around £100
Instead of actually helping consumers reduce their overall energy bills, the latest tariff reforms set to be implemented by the UK government might actually lead to customers paying up to £100 more, the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
Number of Green Deal assessments grows to 9,522 April
Despite of its rather slow start, the UK Government’s Green Deal program seems to be picking up speed as we speak, with an impressive 9,522 assessments being lodged in April, according to a recent news report.
Customers protest over British Gas price freezes
After announcing higher profits a few days ago, on account of the spike in energy usage caused by the longer winter, British Gas’s owner, Centrica, also revealed plans to actua
Energy bills might get to be “dearer than mortgage”, energy boss claims
It really seems that the future of energy spending is quite a bleak one for most consumers out there, the latest industry estimating that most people might wind up paying more on their energy bills than their mortgage, over the next few years.
Householders to get more money for renewable energy products, DECC reveals
The UK government seems to be quite committed to the implementation of extensive renewable energy solutions, since the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced an increase in the subsidies available through the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) scheme.
MPs grilling the DECC over expected outcome of Green Deal program
MPs on the Energy and Climate Change Committee are complaining about the DECC’s lack of clarity in explaining what are the actual long-term targets of the Green Deal program in a recent report.
UK was just six hours away from running out of gas in March, says report
Concerns regarding the UK’s reliance on gas imports have surfaced again after a report from the Crown Estate suggested that Britain was just six hours away from running out of stored gas in March.
Scottish stamp duty revamp might include incentives to benefit energy efficient homes
In a move designed to bolster energy efficiency across Scotland, MSPs will be asked to replace the current stamp duties with a system containing provisions for financially stimulating the owners of energy efficient homes, a news report reveals.