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Brexit Campaigns Battle over Energy Sector

Kiran Jutti
by Kiran Jutti June 17, 2016
Energy Prices

The two sides of the debate on the UK’s future EU membership have clashed over how the energy sector will be impacted by this month’s vote. Energy and climate change secretary Amber Rudd had suggested earlier this year that a vote to leave the EU could see energy bills for UK consumers rise by. Read more

Chancellor told to ease energy cost pressure on businesses

Nathaniel Taylor
by Nathaniel Taylor March 14, 2016
EON Price Cut

A business lobbyist has told the government that energy costs must not be allowed to undermine the UK’s international competitiveness. On 15 February the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) submitted to the government its view on the upcoming Budget, which will be announced by the chancellor. Read more

New UK Wind Power Record

Nathaniel Taylor
by Nathaniel Taylor January 18, 2016
Wind Energy Powers 25% of UK Homes in 2014

2015 proved to be a record year for wind power in the UK, with wind farms supplying enough energy to power 8.25 million homes, over 30% of the nation. Wind energy also contributed to a huge 11% of the UK's annual commercial electricity demand last year, an increase of 1.5% from 2014. In December. Read more

Mini Nuclear Reactor Race

Kiran Jutti
by Kiran Jutti December 7, 2015
Energy Savings Opportunities Scheme

Chancellor George Osborne's plans could put the UK at the heart of the new global mini-nuclear reactor industry, reactors that are trucked into towns to provide hot water, or shipped to foreign countries to be plugged into their electrical grid. On Wednesday the Chancellor revealed that by 2020 at. Read more

Birminghams Virtual Power Plant

Caroline Robertson
by Caroline Robertson November 16, 2015
EON Price Cut

A small business that has created the UK's largest “virtual power plant” says it will be capable of powering the cities of Birmingham and Leeds in three years time. Called Limejump, the plant collects supply from small generators, such as from farmers that have solar panels or are producing. Read more

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