Monthly Archives: February 2015

  • What to consider when buying electric radiators

    With UK households and businesses opting more and more towards highly energy efficient electric heaters as an economical solution to heat their properties there are several important factors to asses.

    Thermostat

    The bonus of influential electronic thermostats are fundamental in terms of efficiency. Once you are certain that you have ordered the correct sized radiators for your space whilst remembering to consider ceiling height your thermostat should be operating over a five star performance. Don’t forget that not all thermostats fitted to electric radiators are the same. The finer precision thermostat the greater efficiency your radiator can perform. My E ...
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  • EU energy consumption drops to 20 year low

    Following recent negative reporting around renewable energy and energy prices in the UK It may come as a source of amazement to absorb that energy consumption within Europe is at it’s lowest in over 20 years. It’s understood that energy efficient electrical appliances paired with government guidelines are at the heart of the diminution in energy consumption.

    A couple of weeks ago we reported about the EU’s fresh measures to manufactures. The blueprint is designed to ensure that uneconomical electrical appliances are removed from the market. Of course terribly old appliances make use of a greater energy consumption due to outdated technology. In particular appliances such as v ...
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  • Need a Child safe electric radiator?

    Electric radiators are the most versatile heating solution for your property. Present with exceptional control and helping you save money on your energy bills. It’s not just residential properties upgrading to an energy efficient heating solution, care homes, hairdressers, retail and nurseries are also making the switch.

    15 years ago you sure would of been correct in thinking that using electric radiators as a main source of central heating as an uneconomical and expensive solution. Were in 2015 and technology has advanced to a staggering degree that they have now become an established heating solution of a variety of properties across the country. There are countless accounts on ...
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  • Are energy comparison sites trustworthy?

    It’s been highlighted recently how a handful of websites are not entirely informing consumers which products they are receiving commission on. Companies that are currently registered with Ofgem’s consumer confidence code are required to to implement new revisions no later than the end of March.

    It comes in force as a proportion of energy comparison sites are not exhibiting the cheapest deals in searches with many suggesting biased results for users based on  the commission they took from specific suppliers. Evidently this harms the entire object of a c ...
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