A price cap on energy bills could be extended to many more households on low incomes, under plans being considered by regulator Ofgem.
A limit on the cost of gas and electricity for those on pre-payment meters already saves about… Continue reading
There are some very encouraging statistics outlined in the latest Energy Trends report from BEIS
Total energy production was 0.1 per cent lower than in the first quarter of 2016.
Oil production fell by 4.6 per cent… Continue reading
UK government plans for a new £18bn nuclear power station have come under fire from public auditors, who call it “a risky and expensive project”.
The case for the Hinkley Point C plant in Somerset was “marginal” and the deal… Continue reading
Hot weather forecasts for parts of England have prompted warnings to take care from Public Health England (PHE).
Well I suspect most of us have not actually heard of Blockchain but it’s something that has the potential to change the way energy is transacted. It offers opportunities for consumers and prosumers (households that not only consume but… Continue reading
Don’t laugh, but the UK could be set for a record-breaking summer with the mercury set to hit 35C. Despite large parts of the country being covered in cloud and chill, weather experts are predicting a risk of heatwaves… Continue reading
Could your organisation or community group benefit from a grant? The county council is encouraging community groups and organisations to apply for Shire Climate Change grants which can help improve their buildings.
Grants of up to £5,000 to reduce carbon… Continue reading