Guest Blog: npower’s Tony Slade on how to save energy effectively

Cash, kilowatts, carbon – how to save energy effectively When it comes to reducing energy, most businesses tend to approach it in the wrong order. I appreciate this is a bold statement, but please bear with me. Organisations looking to make a difference – and generate some headlines in the process – typically opt for […]

Supplier slashes charges for non-direct debit customers

Energy supplier First Utility has slashed its charges for customers who don’t pay by direct debit from £8 a month to £2. The cut applies to all the small supplier’s customers immediately, meaning charges tot up to just £24 a year. It is piggybacking on the recent outcry from MPs over the “huge discrepancy” in charges. On […]

Social landlords share £5m for renewable heat

The Government has awarded a share of £5 million to get more renewable heating in the homes of tenants. A total of 57 landlords have won the cash, which will be used to install a range of renewable heating kit such as air and ground source heat pumps, solar thermal and biomass boilers in social […]