The Week in Energy 21/11/2018

Energy companies are charging households without a smart meter up to £150 more every year

Increasing numbers of suppliers now offer their cheapest tariffs only to customers who agree to have their home’s traditional meters replaced with the new technology.


Why energy firms owe us more than £1billion

Basing bills on estimates leads to loads of us paying more than we should – this is how to get a refund on every penny you’re owed


Energy prices ‘set to soar’ after Brexit

Energy prices are expected to soar after the UK’s departure from the European Union, an energy switching service has warned.


Grocery Shoppers Want To Buy Products With Environmentally Friendly Packaging

According to IRI’s latest European Shopper Insights Survey, three quarters of shoppers across Europe say they prefer to buy products with environmentally friendly packaging.


Climate change activists arrested during London protest released

All 82 activists arrested during a mass environmental demonstration in London have been released under investigation, the Metropolitan Police said.


Scotland’s ageing wind turbines could double in size in ‘green’ energy drive

They are the polarising structures at the heart of the Scottish Government’s plans for a cleaner, greener energy supply.

 


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