The UK “stands no chance” of meeting its goal of cutting carbon emissions to net zero unless it improves the energy efficiency of its buildings—with government support. Continue Reading
The increasing popularity of electric vehicles will play a key role in helping the UK reach its 2050 target of net zero emissions, according to the National Grid. Continue Reading
Big Six supplier has called on the government to increase the cap on the capacity of new renewable energy infrastructure under the Contract for Difference (CfD) auction to be held next year.
Energy regulator Ofgem has imposed more stringent market entry tests for new energy suppliers, following a string of failures in the industry. Continue Reading
The average household spent £83.56 a month on telecommunication services (broadband, phone and mobile) in 2018, down from £91.27 a month in 2017. That means 3.3% of our annual monthly spending is going toward connectivity.
Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has published a report investigating subscription, broadband-like pricing structures for the energy sector. Continue Reading
Over quarter of a million energy customers have found themselves on expensive tariffs after their energy company went out of business, according to a new study from consumer group Which? Continue Reading
The UK must embrace nuclear power, despite costs and controversy, to meet its net zero carbon target by 2050, Britain’s largest business lobby has claimed. Continue Reading