UK public ‘concerned about climate but unwilling to fund a clean shift’

New research suggests less than a third of people would be happy to contribute just under £38 a month to help pay for new energy infrastructure

More than half of UK public ‘don’t trust energy suppliers’

That’s according to the latest BEIS Public Attitude Tracker, which is now on its 30th wave of finding out what the UK public think about a variety of energy issues

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‘Most Americans support drastically reducing fossil fuel use’

According to a new poll, many US citizens believe this would be a good way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and address climate change

The Muswell Hill Moment: Air pollution’s link to obesity

Watch the video to find out what the public think

The Muswell Hill Moment: 2040 petrol and diesel ban

What do the public think?

Crimestoppers calls on public for more help stopping energy theft

Energy theft across the country adds around £20 to the average household’s gas and power bills annually

More than two-thirds of UK public ‘want to see end of Big Six’

The majority of Brits would rather see a cleaner, more distributed energy system put into place

UK public still don’t trust their energy suppliers

However, the majority found switching deals to be a relatively straightforward process

Third of consumers ‘feel pressured to take a smart meter’

uSwitch says more than a tenth of the public have no idea what a smart meter is used for

Two-thirds of UK public say government should support onshore wind

Just 15% of people said they would oppose the change to the law