Energy firms set to miss government deadline for rollout
From April, the government will no longer pay for surplus electricity households produce
Scheme launched by ethical investment platform Abundance offers 12% interest
As the UN warns on climate change, we show moving to a 100% renewable supplier is easy
Feed-in tariff subsidies must not be abandoned, writes Sandra Walmsley, while Gaynor Adey says the UK government should look again at the Swansea Bay tidal projectNicholas Stern suggests that strong political will is needed...
I find them intrusive, and worry about what companies might do with the data
Toshiba’s plan to sell plant in disarray over government’s ‘risky’ financing plan
Local authorities should be investing in a greener future – not using pensions to fund the very companies they are battling• Matthew Brown is Preston city council leaderIt has been revealed that UK councils are investing...
After nearly 60 years of lighting homes halogens will be replaced with more energy efficient LEDs
Green deals account for half of cheapest 10 tariffs, despite public thinking they are dearer, says uSwitch
More than 70% would make homes more energy efficient given government support
The average home has 10 halogen lights – here’s all you need to know about their greener alternativeFrom the end of this month halogen lightbulbs are to be removed from the market across Europe, with households expected...
Cash will continue to be a universal form of payment, says Tim Halford, and Hilary Chivall warns against society being totally dependent on electricity for online transactionsCash is dying, contactless is king – we’ve...
Report by MPs and peers says predicted benefits of £11bn scheme to install 53m devices are ‘likely to be slashed even further’
Citizens Advice urges action after small supplier generates record complaints
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