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Government Proposals To Make Energy Deals More Affordable

In a bid to lighter the burden of increasing energy bills and enhance the reliability of existing energy tariffs, the government revealed fresh proposals this week. It’s predicted that these initiatives could collectively save the UK up to £50 billion. What do the proposals entail? The proposals outline new minimum

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Hybrid Boilers: What Are They?

Hybrid boilers are seen as the bright future of renewables thanks to their unique pairing of traditional boilers and renewable systems like air source and ground source heat pumps. Both technologies work in tandem, automatically swapping each other out for the most efficient method at the time of use. The

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Seven countries around the world have reached 100% renewable energy generated electricity thanks to various methods.
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The Magnificent Seven Countries that are at 100% Renewable Energy

Seven countries across the globe have reached 100% renewable energy status, generating mostly all of their electricity needs with various renewable energy methods. Reaching an impressive 99.7% of electricity generated through methods such as wind power, solar, hydro, and geothermal, the seven countries paved the way for around 40 other

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New joint venture JERA NEX from Japan, sets up base in London with sustainability and renewable energy projects as their ambition.
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Japan’s Biggest Energy Company JERA NEX Makes London Its Home

Two electric power companies that deliver around 30% of electricity to Japan, TEPCO Fuel & Power and Chubu Electric who are known as JERA, have come together to create JERA NEX. JERA NEX which will be situated in London, will develop, invest, own, and operate many renewable energy assets. These

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An article about the rise in homes being a served county court judgement for unpaid energy bills and how to deal with energy debt.
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County court judgements on the rise for those in energy debt 

Citizen’s Advice have reported a sharp rise this year in people receiving a county court judgement from their energy supplier.   Thankfully, figures are still relatively low. However, it’s feared that the number of households facing county court judgments for not paying energy bills has begun to double. For those currently

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It has been forecast that energy prices will be lower than previously expected but prices will remain above pre-crisis levels.
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Energy Prices Set to be Lower Than Originally Expected

According to Cornwall Insight Ltd. That the UK’s electricity costs will be lower than previously predicted. This will greatly decrease the struggles households are facing when it comes to energy bills – but the costs will remain above pre-crisis numbers. To determine how much consumers will pay for their energy,

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