The UK’s biggest biofuel producer has stopped production at its East Yorkshire plant, blaming government “inaction”.
Vivergo Fuels said there was “no guarantee” production of bioethanol would recommence at the Hull facility.
It said losses had risen due to government… Continue reading
The Annual General Meeting of our Community Benefit Society, Harborough Solar One was held on 22nd November at the Angel Hotel. The minutes of that meeting may be found on this website in the Governance pages.
It was… Continue reading
On Thursday 2nd November the UK’s gas and electricity network companies are launching a campaign to make sure communities right across the UK are ready for winter.
As the nights get colder and darker, the chance of experiencing severe weather… Continue reading
Thanks to Good Energy our Feed in Tariff provider for this timely piece
Here are our fun tips to be sustainable on this All Hallows’ Eve:
#1 Surprise your local farmers with huge support
Britain’s largest energy supplier has won the race to roll out a household smart meter fit for the digital energy boom sparked by renewable energy, batteries and electric vehicles.
After years of delay the next generation smart meter will… Continue reading
The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property)(England and Wales) Regulations 2015 establish a minimum level of energy efficiency for privately rented property in England and Wales. This means that, from April 2018, landlords of privately rented domestic and non-domestic property in… Continue reading
Energy from offshore wind in the UK will be cheaper than electricity from new nuclear power for the first time.
The cost of subsidies for new offshore wind farms has halved since the last 2015 auction for clean energy projects… Continue reading
Harborough Energy is pleased to announce the launch of a new community service.
You may be losing up to 1/3 of the heat in your house through your walls. Your home is in an area of Harborough District where there… Continue reading
About three million households are set to benefit from a tightening of the price cap on pre-payment energy meters, according to regulator Ofgem.
The regulator says the move will cut the average bill for pre-payment customers by up to £19… Continue reading