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Energy saving to drive forward home automation market, study forecasts

The global home automation market is likely to expand at a rate of 6.8% between 2018 and 2026, with energy…

Ireland launches new project to bolster home energy efficiency

Ireland has recently launched a €11m project to fund 50 cutting-edge research, development and demonstration energy projects, a recent news…

Over 2.5 million households are being unfairly charged for their utilities, report reveals

An estimate 9% of all customers received inaccurate energy bills last year, with a total of more than 2.5 million…

Energy bills set to drop by October

According to MoneySavingExpert, your current energy bills could fall by £75 a year from October. This is due to Ofgem…

Urgent action on energy efficiency standards is required to hit greenhouse gas emissions targets, BEIS report suggests

Improving the energy efficiency of buildings is crucial if the UK is to meet its climate change targets, eradicate fuel…

Scottish Government launches consultation on Energy Efficiency Regulations for landlords

The Scottish Government has announced that it will be consulting on the suitability of the guidance and landlords’ awareness of…

Thousands of households face £362 jump in energy bills

Almost 193,000 households face paying £362 extra on their energy bills as more than 60 fixed-price gas and electricity deals…

Energy efficient, Internet-connected, low-carbon homes to become the standard on the future, research suggests

Energy efficient, low-carbon homes will become the standard within the next couple of decades, as the advent of Internet-connected devices…

New zero-carbon home retrofit pilot project launched in Essex

A new pilot project for retrofitting energy efficiency measures and achieve zero-carbon status for existing homes has been launched in…

Energy-inefficient new build homes are costing their owners £200 more on their energy bills

Despite being touted as more energy efficient, new-build homes actually cost their owners £200 per year more in extra energy…