Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has published a report investigating subscription, broadband-like pricing structures for the energy sector. Continue Reading
Departing Prime Minister Theresa May has committed the UK to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050, but the memo hasn’t been received by Buckingham Palace. Continue Reading
Supermarket frozen aisles aren’t just caches of easy dinners for harried parents and ice cream for the upcoming heatwave. They could also function as a “virtual battery” to help power the National Grid.
Almost half (48%) of all energy consumers have hopped to another supplier in the last four years, a higher portion than have sought out a new home insurance, broadband, or phone provider, or bank. Continue Reading
Following Ofgem’s decision to raise the energy price cap, E.ON became the first of the Big Six energy providers to announce a bill hike that will see customers paying £117 more a year. Continue Reading
Thousands of households have been struggling to top up their pre-payment energy meters following to an IT failure for Big Six supplier British Gas. Continue Reading
More than a quarter (28%) of Britons have admitted to living in cold homes because they can’t afford to adequately heat them, a poll from MoneyExpert has revealed. Continue Reading
Millions of households will see their energy bills rise from April, when the new price cap on default and standard variable tariffs will likely be adjusted upward to reflect rising wholesale energy prices, Ofgem has warned. Continue Reading