People looking to compare energy suppliers to find cheap electricity deals might want to look into adopting solar power technologies, given one expert's assertion that fuel prices are likely to double every four years.
Peter Bladen, managing director of solar panel firm BSolar and Energy Foundation, explained the UK is now a net importer of fuel, which helps contribute to gas and electricity price rises.
As such, anything business and homeowners can do now to keep their bills to a minimum - such as installing solar panels on properties - will be "good for not just the immediate future, but the long-term future as well".
Mr Bladen added that solar can generate energy in a "clean, green way" by converting daylight into electricity, further describing the panels as a "simple device".
Similarly, Jessica Forster of the Energy Saving Trust recently said that now is a good time to invest in solar photovoltaic panels, given recent price drops in this technology.
Switching to a green energy tariff can slash your CO2 footprint by two tonnes and also save you £100s a year! Click here to compare green energy tariffs.
Share this story with your friends:-