Support with your Energy Bills

Energy support for residents in 2023 This instructional piece was written in July 2023 and will be updated accordingly with any updates with latest information regarding support for residents. Every home should be a warm and safe place, in last year’s Fuel Poverty Awareness Day, it highlighted that support is required for more than 4 […]

Net Zero or Zero Carbon?

Land reformer, Andy Wightman, raised the issue of net zero or zero carbon whilst highlighting the number of large companies buying land in Scotland to offset their carbon emissions. Companies, who are investing in thousands of acres of land, often peatland, with the intention of planting trees to achieve net zero have been called ‘green […]

Ofgem Investigation into PayPoint

An Ofgem investigation into PayPoint has resulted in admittance that PayPoint breached competition laws. PayPoint has agreed to remove exclusivity clauses from its pre-pay customer contracts with energy suppliers, as well as pay £12.5 million to the regulator. Additionally, PayPoint has agreed to overhaul its services as a result of the four-year investigation.   Who […]

What is net zero?

We’re a week into COP26, the United Nations summit aimed at driving action on climate change and accelerate net zero action, but what is net zero? COP26, in Glasgow, has four main goals:   Secure global net zero by 2050 and keep 1.5 degrees within reach Adapt to protect communities and natural habitats Mobilise finance […]

Heat Pumps – An alternative to gas boilers

On Tuesday, the government announced plans to subsidise the installation of low-carbon heat pumps as an alternative to gas boilers. From April 2022, £450m will be allocated, with 90,000 households in England and Wales receiving £5,000 grants to help them make the switch. The government has set itself a target of installing 600,000 heat pumps […]

What’s next for the Energy Industry?

With natural gas prices rocketing by more than 420%, the UK dealing with too little wind, the IFA-1 electricity cable fire and energy suppliers going out of business, what’s next for the energy industry?   The ‘energy crunch’ will affect millions Fuel poverty is not simply a trending hashtag. Millions of UK households will face […]

Mental Health and Wellbeing at Work

Many of us faced concerns and anxieties throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, about how we live our lives and in particular, how our control over when and where we work seems to be diminishing. Looking after our mental and physical health and wellbeing at work has never been more important.   Public ignorance to mental health and […]

Knowledge is Power in the Quest for the Best Business Energy Deal

As a business owner, one of the most important decisions you will have to make is how to power your company. Whether you have over two hundred employees or a team of just five, you still need to keep the lights on, the computers running and your staff warm and cosy in the office come winter. Choosing your energy […]

CIH Housing Exhibition

Energy Angels attended the Chartered Institute of Housing Exhibition on 26-28 June 2018 for the third year running. The entire event proved to be a major success in bringing together the most diverse audience of sector professionals and partners over three days to celebrate excellence, share ideas, best practice and innovative solutions to enable us […]

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