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Ministers to Make Decision on UK’s Largest Coalmine
03. 04. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The government will make a decision later this month on...

Bills Fall for Millions as Energy Price Cap Is Lowered
02. 04. 2020 | Lauren Smith

11 million households on standard and default tariffs will see...

BBC Broadband Levy Could Replace TV Licence Fee
02. 04. 2020 | Harry Pererra

A new monthly levy on broadband connections could replace the current...

8 Tips for Working from Home
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01. 04. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Millions of us around the world are now working from...

SSE and RWE Shut Down Coal-Fired Power Plants
01. 04. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Energy firms RWE and SSE have both shut down their...

Millions Risking Health to Top Up Energy Meters
01. 04. 2020 | Lauren Smith

At least two million Britons are still heading out to...

UK Government Considers Tracking Mobile Phones to Help Tackle COVID-19
31. 03. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The UK government is considering working with mobile operators in...

Vodafone Offers Free Unlimited Data to 500,000 Mobile Customers
31. 03. 2020 | Lauren Smith

More than half a million Vodafone customers will receive unlimited...

Investor Pressure Leads to Barclays Setting Net Zero Carbon Target
30. 03. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Barclays has announced that it plans to reduce its carbon...

Lockdown Reduces UK Electricity Consumption by a Tenth
30. 03. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Electricity demand in the UK fell by a tenth last...

Broadband Providers to Remove Data Caps during Pandemic
30. 03. 2020 | Fergus Cole

Broadband providers in the UK have agreed to lift all...

UK Records Fall in Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fall for Seventh Year Running
27. 03. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Government figures show that a record year for renewable energy...