The energy watchdog Ofgem have put down new rules that will ban confusing and complicated energy tariffs. The ban came into effect on 2nd January 2014.
Earlier this year, five of the ‘big six’ energy suppliers announced that they would be making major increases to their prices. In an effort to lessen the impact on consumers the government have announced a new package of plans to bring energy prices down, allowing the energy companies to pass the savings on to consumers.
Just a quick reminder that there are still grants available for a free A-rated energy efficient boiler.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) released a new set of figures for the Green Deal earlier this week. We’ve scoured through them, picked out the important bits and put together this easy-to-follow infographic. Read on to see how many people have signed up, which area of the country has seen the most success, and crucially how many installations have actually gone ahead.
As of 1st April 2005, any newly fitted gas-fired boiler in England or Wales must be a condensing boiler. Condensing boilers are modern and highly energy efficient. This article explains how they work and why they are so efficient, as well as how to go about getting funding to get your old boiler replaced.
Our friends at Moneysupermarket.com sent us over this little beauty recently. It’s an infographic that explains in detail how much carbon and money a typical home can save by making a few home improvements.
Look at the happy young lady up there — she’s just made herself £138 by switching her energy supplier over to E.ON! You can do the same by taking advantage of their current cashback offer.