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2018 July

How Will the Ofgem Cap Change Affect You?

July 9th, 2018|Categories: Energy|Tags: , , , , , |

How Will the Ofgem Cap Change Affect the Increase in Prices of Energy Bills? If we’re to estimate, it is very likely that millions of families just managing to get by are set to experience another round of increase in energy bills. This is as a result of the declaration made by the regulator [...]

Energylinx has Been Acquired by GoCompare.com

July 4th, 2018|Categories: Energy|Tags: , , , , , , |

Energylinx has Been Acquired by GoCompare.com Group PLC The news permeating the air right now is that GoCompare.com, the Newport-based group has seized the opportunity to buy Energylinx for £10 million and they paid cash! More about Energylinx Energylinx is widely renowned as one of the leading energy comparison firms with a healthy business [...]

2018 May

Plans for UK’s tallest wind-farm, the next step or a bad compromise?

May 24th, 2018|Categories: Energy|Tags: |

Sometimes, even things that on the surface seem beneficial, can actually be more of a con than a pro. Residents of the Isle of Lewis believe that this is the case, as EDF are planning to build two ‘major’ wind-farms on the remote island. Although those doing the planning are urging that the new farms [...]

2018 April

Does sourcing renewables mean lower energy bills?

April 30th, 2018|Categories: Energy|Tags: |

Do companies sourcing renewables mean lower energy bills for customers? The last 12 months have seen a drop of 3% in UK greenhouse emissions, with renewables like wind power and solar becoming more commonplace in how the UK’s energy is sourced. However, the question on the lips of many consumers is whether increasing renewable energy [...]

2018 March

Last month saw enough people “to fill Birmingham” change energy providers.

March 19th, 2018|Categories: Energy|Tags: |

Were you one of them? With the fluctuation of cold weather seen over February and slightly into March this year, a large proportion of the country either switched, or considering switching, their energy provider. This comes hand in hand with the notion that the ‘big six’ providers are no longer the go-to choice for customers. [...]

Pound Investors Anxiously Anticipate Brexit Speech

March 2nd, 2018|Categories: Broadband, Energy, Insurance, Mobile Phones, Money, Other News, Travel|Tags: , , , , , , |

Pound Sterling (GBP) Persistent concerns over the Brexit process and the rising strength of major peer currencies left the Pound tumbling on Thursday, as investors continued this week’s Sterling selloff. Markets are anxious ahead of Friday’s Brexit speech from UK Prime Minister Theresa May. May is expected to urge those for and against Brexit to [...]

2018 January

Nuclear future may not be as bad as it sounds

January 12th, 2018|Categories: Energy|Tags: |

Comparing energy: 3 reasons nuclear future may not be as bad as it sounds. Nuclear power. There are a number of negative connotations that spring from simply reading the words. Against these connotations, however, is the return of nuclear energy to the headlines of news outlets, and are steadily re-establishing nuclear as a credible energy [...]

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