The Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) has announced that Castle Water has an “unacceptable level of complaints from its customers”. Complaints for Castle Water were more than double the industry average and accounted for approximately 44% of the complaints...
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  Do you think that batteries can’t bring us anything better than the Duracell Bunny? Well think again! easyJet have announced plans to develop an all-electric plane for short haul flights. This comes with claims the aircraft could save fuel...
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Dear Valued Customers,   Since 1997 we have been working with clients to help them better manage their water and energy management needs. We have expanded our range of services and products to provide solutions to improve our services to...
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The new Chief Executive of MOSL, Chris Scoggins, told delegates during his first public speech at the Consumer Council for Water’s Customer Matters meeting in 2017 that one of his priorities was to put customers more plainly at the centre...
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Millennial trends are always a talking point, and according to Morgan and Stanley 86% of millennial investors said they were interested in sustainable investing. This comes with an increase in millennials saying their investments can influence climate change and could...
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Distributed energy solutions could achieve almost £1 billion worth of energy savings each year. That’s the verdict from Centrica, which suggests wider adoption of these technologies could also deliver an £18.5 billion boost to the country’s overall economic growth. The energy...
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According to new research, the amount of electricity used by the Bitcoin mining industry is enough to power approximately 6.4 million homes in the UK. It is suggested that the Bitcoin industry is using 0.13% of global power usage ever...
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  Is change required on the current energy supply market arrangements? That’s the question currently on Ofgem’s lips who believes the supplier hub model has stifled competition in the retail market. Ofgem’s proposal means that the role of conventional suppliers,...
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London could soon be saving a latte of carbon emmissions thanks to Shell who have started a collaboration with bio-bean to power a number of London buses with biofuel made from waste coffee grounds. Bio-bean already has its B20 coffee...
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The North Sea oil and gas industry will receive tax breaks from November 2018 in a bid to spur investment. Chancellor Philip Hammond said a transferable tax history (TTH) for oil and gas companies will be introduced in the ‘Finance Bill 2018/19’...
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