Steel workers call on government to save the sector

Steel workers took part in a march earlier this week calling on the government to save the industry, with many of them insisting the cost of energy is one of the main problems. Hundreds of them hit the streets of London, chanting “save our steel” as thousands of workers face an uncertain future following Tata […]

ELN Power Ride – Day 2 – Visiting CUB UK

Geoff Curran speaks to Jaqui Fairfax the Chairman of CUB UK at their offices in March. The ELN Power Ride is in aid of Parkinson’s UK raising awareness for victims of this disease. The target is 10k so please donate generously at https://www.justgiving.com/energylivenewspowerride/

ELN Power Ride – Day 3 – March to Wells

Geoff Curran travels from March to Wells on the Norfolk Coast on Day 3 of the ELN Power Ride. The ELN Power Ride is in aid of Parkinson’s UK raising awareness for victims of this disease. The target is 10k so please donate generously at https://www.justgiving.com/energylivenewspowerride/

ELN Power Ride – Day 2 – Royston to March

Geoff Curran says goodbye to Sumit Bose as he travels from Royston to March on Day 2 of the ELN Power Ride. The ELN Power Ride is in aid of Parkinson’s UK raising awareness for victims of this disease. The target is 10k so please donate generously at https://www.justgiving.com/energylivenewspowerride/

The energy round-up March

From bubbling fears of a gas crisis in Ukraine to an investigation into the Big Six energy companies and even a price freeze from one of them, ELN reporter Vicky Ellis takes a look at the biggest energy stories of the last month.

Temporary water ban confirmed following a very dry March

Temporary bans on water usage have been confirmed following a warm and dry month and will come into effect from Thursday. South East Water had initially put forward concessions to allow watering newly laid turf for 28 days and also to let over 65s use a hosepipe for watering the garden. But following a very […]