Keeping safe and warm on site this winter

As the nights grow longer and the mercury begins to fall, now is the time to consider safety on site.  Extremes of temperature, fewer hours of daylight and increased lethargy during the colder months can all be detrimental to the health and well-being of electrical contractors. So, to make sure you stay safe on site […]

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DECC reaction to cold weather on consumer energy bills

“We know many consumers are really feeling the pinch due to rising energy prices and the long cold winter. We are doing everything we can to try and help cushion the impact of rising gas prices and the cold weather on consumers. “We have helped two million households this year through the Warm Home Discount, […]

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Cold weather driving fuel poverty

Unseasonably cold weather in March meant fuel poverty became a very real problem for many.

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Consumers urged to seek energy saving advice as cold snap begins

The UK will be rudely awakened from its mild weather as winter is set to bite back this week according to the Met Office.  Many homes will be unprepared and will continue to leak energy which will result in unnecessarily high fuel bills. The Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC) is urging people to take […]

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Siberian temperatures hit Britain but homes continue to leak energy

Homes in the UK will face higher bills as the coldest snap of the year is set to hit Britain this week with temperatures reaching well below freezing if their homes are not energy efficient. Wednesday has been pointed out as the worst day of the week and rural areas will be the hardest hit. […]

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