Tag Archives: cheap energy bills

ed-davey

  Energy secretary warns of damaging effects of Ed Miliband’s efforts to reform the energy market. Ed Davey warns that Labour’s energy policies are going to destroy the much needed certainty and stability of the industry. Speaking at a Guardian fringe meeting, Mr Davey criticized opposition plans to eliminate the energy regulator Ofgem and introduce […]

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windfarm

  Energy secretary says lack of turbines will raise consumer bills and Tory ideological stance is putting off investors The Conservative party’s opposition to onshore wind turbines risks undermining the creation of British jobs since new data showed 15,400 people are now employed in the wind power industry, warns energy secretary Ed Davey. While wind […]

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energy-suppliers

Recent ground breaking analysis has suggested a strong relationship between households and their demand for energy in the future. This will help energy suppliers in the long- term better judge the supply required to feed demand, therefore leading to greater levels of efficiency. Customer- Led Network Revolution (CNLR) conducted a research project involving 12,000 different […]

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energy-bill-uk

GDIF had completed phase 1 back in July and in November this year, phase two will be released to customers. The project drained £120 million budget in the first seven weeks due to unprecedented levels of demand. Ed Davey (of the Liberal Democratic party) is expected to announce that they are to “Meet our promises […]

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energy-bill

  The government has announced that this winter an extra 200,000 pensioners will get help with their energy bills. The Warm Home Discount Scheme -is now worth £140 per household, paid by energy companies. Everyone who receives Pension Credit Guarantee will now also be part of the scheme. Although pensioner groups welcomed the move, they […]

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house-bills

The Chief Executive of Npower, Mr Massara has been very busy this week blaming everyone except his energy company on the high cost of energy bills that the consumer is being forced to pay. First of all he blamed the government, saying another £90 could be knocked off the household bill if David Cameron and […]

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