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E.ON catering for growing smart meter demand

A giant amongst energy providers, E.ON has confirmed its commitment to helping its customers become more energy efficient by encouraging its staff to get smart over smart meters with on-going...

North West households gripped by fuel poverty

A charitable organisation set up to lower electricity and gas double glazing bills for households across Britain has claimed that 24 per cent of residents in Pendle, Lancashire, are suffering from...

Northern Ireland tops UK fuel poor list

Northern Ireland householders are being clobbered by spiralling energy costs; more so than anywhere else in the UK. The 2011 Annual Report on Fuel Poverty Statistics has revealed that 44% of...

Germany leads the way in solar energy

As Britain mulls over its nuclear ambitions, Germany has set a solar PV world record, generating an astonishing 22GW of electricity between Friday 25th and Saturday 26th May. Is one of Europe's...

Is the future bright for solar power?

The British Government has announced that Feed-In Tariffs (FITs) will be reduced from 21p per kWh to 16p, a drop of almost 25 percent.The news comes after the government was taken to court...

More cuts to befall solar FiTs in August

Changes are afoot for the solar industry in the UK, with the Government confirming that more cuts are to be befall the feed-in tariff, alongside a range of other 'tweaks' which are due to be...

Reactions to Government’s draft energy bill

According to critics, government measures to ease Britain towards a greener future are likely to result in higher domestic energy bills.Volker Beckers, the chief executive of Npower, argued that...

Rising bills unavoidable under energy reforms

Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey has admitted that energy reforms will lead to an increase in energy bills for consumers. He said it just wasn't possible to "turn back the tide" when it...

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