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  • 18.05.2015

    I just arranged a new gas contract for a client of ours; their new rates will be some 35% lower than they are currently paying. This is great for them and pleasing for us to be able to give them this fantastic news.…

  • 15.05.2015

    I don’t love bugs but I do love food and who says bugs aren’t food? You may have seen in the media that entomophagy (eating insects) is gaining popularity in the West. In less squeamish parts of the world the merits of this abundant food source have already been recognised and dare I say it, enjoyed.…

  • 29.04.2015

    The Green Party promises to invest up to £35 billion in renewables and ban fracking. They also will look to put plans in place to reduce diesel emissions, set up tough carbon reduction targets and a nationwide insulation programme.…

  • 28.04.2015

    The UK Independence Party (UKIP) wants to scrap current directives that aim to phase out the most polluting power stations. Instead they will encourage the redevelopment of British power stations and roll back emission regulations.…

  • 27.04.2015

    Labour says that by creating a new energy watchdog, they will get tough on energy suppliers and cap energy bills for 20 months, from this summer until 2017. Their plan is to replace OFGEM with a new regulator which will be able to remove energy supplier’s licenses should they harm the interest of consumers.…

  • 24.04.2015

    The Conservatives claim that they have been the greenest government ever because they have:…

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