After a blistering summer, UK residents might be welcoming the approach of autumn and cooler temperatures, eagerly stashing away fans and swimsuits and pulling jumpers and duvets out of cupboards. Continue Reading
Seven million customers in the North West of England will face a hosepipe ban from 5 August as water supplier United Utilities (UU) faces depleted reservoirs, amid the longest heat wave since 1976. Continue Reading
New measures brought in by the government have been met by resistance from landlords who have petitioned for financial help in improving their properties’ energy efficiency. Continue Reading
A recent report has shown that customers have made savings on their energy bills as a result of government targets for carbon emissions. Continue Reading
With the nights drawing in and the air growing ever colder it’s becoming more and more tempting to turn up the heating, put on the lights, and put the kettle on. This approach can be expensive, and if you’re on a budget you can wind up spending a lot of money on energy bills over the winter months.
In a recent study the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has highlighted the importance of increasing energy efficiency as a way to reduce the UK’s carbon emissions and save billions of pounds at the same time.
Research from National Energy Action (NEA) and Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) shows that rural communities are five years behind their urban counterparts in terms of household energy efficiency.