Recent rises in wholesale energy prices have sparked debate over what consumers will soon be paying for their gas and electricity.
The idea of using renewable technology to save money on energy is nothing new. But what if we told you that you could actually make money by producing your own power? Well, in just a few days, new measures from the government will allow consumers to do just that.
Something you may not have considered is how much your chosen machine costs to run. While you may think that the main consoles are much the same when it comes to energy use, in truth this isn’t the case at all.
Away on a family jaunt? We’ve compiled a list of things not to forget, relating to home security, energy consumption and travel insurance.
It seems like there’s not a day that goes past without a dire warning about our energy consumption and the need to drastically reduce our usage - whether it be for the benefit of the environment or of our bank accounts.
Worried that you might be paying over the odds for your energy but don’t know how to see past the jargon and get yourself a better deal?
As part of increasing efforts to up their green credentials, a number of UK utility companies are promoting energy monitors – so Confused.com enlisted energy monitor provider Current Cost to explain how they can they benefit you and the environment...
If you run a business, regardless of its type, shape or size, the chances are you’ll be using energy every day. We’d all like to fine tune our usage, so to help, we’ve put together some energy efficiency tips which could save you money.
Manage your money well and your life can become a lot more exciting, as you get to spend your hard-earned cash on things you like.
Now that the property market seems to be emerging from its slump, here’s some information on the costs involved in a home move.
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