Monthly Archives: July 2016

  • What is the most economic electricity tariff?

    There are significant savings out there to be made simply through switching energy suppliers. We found the cheapest dual fuel deal fixed type tariff available to all homes in the UK at £726 annually. Whilst the majority of UK households are still using one of the Big Six standard energy tariffs, there are a flurry of independent energy suppliers offering much more competitive fixed priced energy tariffs. Which could mean typical savings of £355 annually, purely by switching.


    Are you taking advantage from the best suppliers and tariffs?

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  • No gas no problem: Why are electric radiators more economical?

    Perhaps you are thinking of picking up sticks and moving to a property which doesn’t have a traditional gas central heating system installed. Properties that don’t usually posses a gas central heating system include high rise apartments and more obvious remote countryside settings. 

    So why is it that some properties are fitted with a gas central heating system and others aren’t?

    In Britain It’s estimated that 2 in 10 homes don’t have access to a gas piped network. For the remaining 24 million homes and businesses in the UK, gas is used to ...
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  • Brexit will formulate greater carbon cuts to EU countries

    The recent vote to ‘Brexit’ from the EU will leave the remaining 27 countries to significantly escalate their carbon emissions target cuts in order to counter balance for the carbon emissions gap left by the UK voting to leave the european union on June 23rd 2016.

    Technically speaking Britain is currently still part of the EU however once article 50 to leave is cited the remaining 27 countries will be required to pull up their socks and bridge the Co2 gap commitment left by the UK’s swift exit. Since the UK has one of Europe's leading green energy sectors it will consequently create a whopping whole, it’s estimated that each EU state m ...
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  • What would happen if global warming increases?

    Yet how ambitious is our planet? In December 2015 at the Paris climate conference, a global agreement was put in place to curb global warming under 2 degrees celsius. There was a great emphasis on putting measures in place to limit warming to 1.5C.

    But what effects global warming?

    You may be familiar with the word carbon dioxide also know as CO2. CO2 is a naturally occurring colourless, odourless greenhouse gas frequently formed through combustion of fossil fuels such as coal, gas and petroleum that is instrumental to global warmin ...
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