Energy suppliers need to do more to make their operations accessible to consumers if the UK is to make the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Many more people may look to switch energy provider to a company that can offer electricity from green sources this year, as renewables are set for solid growth.
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Community-based schemes that can generate cheap electricity for renewable energy sources will be the key to cutting the UK's carbon footprint, it has been stated.
Individuals looking to get cheap gas supplies to help them cope with the cold weather have been urged by the government to see if they are eligible for extra assistance in keeping their home warm.
People performing an energy comparison to find cheaper tariffs could have benefited from a scheme by Scottish Power to ensure its customers are on the best deals.
SSE had urged customers seeking to perform a price comparison in order to get cheap gas and electricity to also take advantage of a deal from the firm that can improve the efficiency of their homes.
Clarifications from the government that smart meters will not be mandatory for households should act as a wake-up call for energy suppliers, it has been stated.
The decision by the government to cut the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) rate paid to people creating cheap electricity through solar sources was deeply unfair, it has been stated.
The decision by the Big Six energy suppliers to cut their prices in January has led to an upturn in positive feelings among Brits, a new report has found.
People looking to reduce their carbon footprint and get cheap electricity from renewable energy sources may be pleased to hear the sector is projected to grow in 2012.
Electricity and gas provider SSE is on course to record an increase in its profits for the 2011/12 financial year.