Following an investigation, the Advertising Standards Authority is to recommend legislation requiring all broadband providers to include total package costs clearly in their adverts.
The latest data from the Department for Energy and Climate Change’s public attitudes tracker has shown that the number of people who oppose hydraulic fracturing (fracking) has reached a record high, and the number who support it has dropped to record lows.
After EDF revealed on Sunday that the final decision on investment in the Hinkley Point nuclear project was to be delayed until September, several senior executives at the company have been called before MPs to explain their position.
Energy provider Scottish Power has been forced by Ofgem to pay out a total of £18 million, following large numbers of complaints about various aspects of their customer service.
Friday 22 April marks Earth Day, and 2016’s is set to be something of a landmark as world leaders meet at the UN to begin the formal signing process of the Paris Climate Agreement.
A new report shows that by driving investment in low-carbon technologies (in transport in particular) we would not only work towards saving the environment, but would be savings billions of pounds in the process.