Last year, the amount of energy produced in the UK using renewable means was equal to the total amount of energy used by the whole country in 1958.
Ikea has teamed up with the “Big Clean Switch”, a campaign that helps people to find cheaper and greener energy tariffs through collective switching.
Collective switching involves a large group of people switching to a supplier at the same time and therefore getting a better deal. The switching process is overseen by a third party Continue Reading
Independent energy provider Ovo is currently being investigated by the industry watchdog over allegations that they have been using incorrect data when charging customers. Continue Reading
Consumers who don’t regularly shop around for new and cheaper energy tariffs are at risk of paying up to £1,000 extra per year according to the charity Citizens Advice.
Oil and gas giant Shell is to attempt to break into the UK domestic energy market by entering into a purchase agreement for independent supplier First Utility.
British gas has announced they will be scrapping their standard variable tariffs (SVTs) in a move they claim will lower the average bill for their customers, most of whom are on standard tariffs.