Energy News

Ofgem confirms rigorous tests for new entrant energy suppliers

New energy suppliers entering the market will have to undergo stringent tests under new plans unveiled by Ofgem. The new rules will come into force in June 2019 and energy providers will have to prove they have sufficient funding for their first year, outline how they expect to comply with key regulatory and market obligations…

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Smart Export Guarantee to replace Feed-in Tariff?

Feed-in Tariff (FiT) is the scheme by which people or businesses who generate electricity from renewable sources are paid for the energy they use and export to the grid. The scheme closed to new applications on 31st March 2019. Anyone already in the scheme will continue to benefit for the life of their agreed contract…

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Air pollution solutions

When we think of the major threats to health, we probably think of heart disease and cancer. And we’d be right. But coming in strong at number four on the list is air pollution. A recent report from Public Health England (PHE) claimed that up to 36,000 deaths a year are partly due to people…

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Self-driving Cars: The Future?

While the idea of self-driving cars, or autonomous vehicles, may still feel as though it’s borderline science fiction, real life is catching up fast. And it’s no accident that the UK is at the cutting edge of this rapidly developing industry. The government’s Centre for Connected Autonomous Vehicles was set up in 2015. Stated government…

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The Evolution of the Office

 How has the office changed throughout the years? 

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Helping our most vulnerable community members

By the end of a hot summer, we can feel ready for the cooler weather and a little relief from the heat. While the intense heat comes with its own set of challenges, the cold weather creates particular concerns for our most vulnerable communities. The elderly, the very young, and the ill are more susceptible…

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What’s happening with electric vehicles?

It is just us, or are there charging points for electric vehicles everywhere these days? On the side of the streets, at service stations, and even at some offices – it seems to be increasingly easy to own and charge electric vehicles in the UK. With the sudden interest, we wanted to investigate where the…

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Change your Black Friday payment methods to take advantage of the shopping boom

Black Friday is fast approaching, and with it, countless opportunities to increase your sales. Not only can your promotions attract current customers who are eager to take advantage of your sales, but you could also attract new customers who are hoping to use your items or services as gifts for the loved ones on their…

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Green GB week is coming, are you ready?

Green GB Week is Britain’s first week dedicated to events and information raising awareness about clean growth, climate change, and what we can do about it. Starting on Monday 15th October, this week will show how Great Britain has reduced their carbon production faster than any other industrialised nation. The government is also planning to…

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Save your energy and your money by utilising Facebook for your business

Have you been wondering how you can utilise a Facebook page to market your business? Do you already have a Facebook business page, but you’re wondering how to make it more noticeable? If so, here are some of the benefits and some tips on how to grow your business with social media. Reach out to…

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