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Retired EV Batteries to Become Mobile Charging Stations
Energy
22. 10. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Retired batteries from BMW and MINI electric models could soon...

Credit Card Companies Accused of Charging Excessive Fees
Economy
22. 10. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Mastercard and Visa have been accused of capitalising on the...

Scotland Grants Permission to Tallest Wind Farm
Energy
21. 10. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Soon a cluster of 220-metre high wind turbines will begin...

Government Extends Price Cap to End of 2021
Energy
20. 10. 2020 | Lauren Smith

The energy price cap, limiting the amount suppliers can charge...

Lower Power Demand to Reduce Risk of Winter Blackouts
Energy
19. 10. 2020 | Lauren Smith

A fresh round of coronavirus closures will reduce electricity demand...

Vulnerable Customers to Get Extra Support Paying Energy Bills this Winter
Energy
19. 10. 2020 | Fergus Cole

Customers struggling to pay their energy bills this winter will...

BT Investigated by Ofcom for Overcharging for Broadband in Remote Areas
Broadband
19. 10. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Ofcom has begun an investigation into BT’s alleged overcharging of...

UK Divide Between Affluent and Deprived Areas Revealed by Rental Market
Economy
15. 10. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The UK rental market has seen increased activity in affluent...

National Grid Warns of Short Supply of Electricity Over the Next Few Days
Energy
15. 10. 2020 | Lauren Smith

National Grid has cautioned that electricity will be in short...

UK Shoppers Urged to Shun Amazon Prime Day
Economy
14. 10. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Small business representatives and campaign groups have urged consumers to...

NI Renewable Generators Being Paid “Excessive” Subsidies
Energy
14. 10. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Owners of some renewable generators in Northern Ireland are being...

Renewables to Provide 30% of World's Electricity by 2030
Energy
13. 10. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Driven by dramatic growth in solar generation, renewables will overtake...