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More electric cars sold so far in 2022 than all of 2020

More electric cars sold so far in 2022 than all of 2020

More electric cars have been bought so far in 2022 than over the entirety of 2020, according to new data from New Automotive. In the first full month since the government scrapped its plug-in car grant on 14 June, sales dropped slightly, with year-on-year total car...

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Default Tariff Cap to stay above £3,000 for over 15 months

Default Tariff Cap to stay above £3,000 for over 15 months

The Default Tariff Cap is now predicted to stay above £3,000 a year for the next 15 months, according to the most recent forecast from Cornwall Insight. Continued market volatility amid concerns over the security of gas going into winter, in particular following the...

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Half of UK businesses considering solar PV, new survey claims

Half of UK businesses considering solar PV, new survey claims

A survey of over 300 business owners and senior executives has found that more than half have considered installing solar PV to avert the energy crisis. In the survey, conducted by Censuswide on behalf of energy services company eEnergy, energy efficiency was a near...

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Domestic energy price inflation at 17% in Q1

Domestic energy price inflation at 17% in Q1

Domestic electricity prices increased by 17% in the first three months of 2022 in comparison with the same period in 2021, according to new statistics from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Meanwhile domestic gas prices increased by...

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Can you make money from your solar system?

Can you make money from your solar system?

Together with UK Power Networks and G99 Professional Services, Octopus Electric Vehicles has unveiled a new device to unlock vehicle-to-grid (V2G) charging in the UK. The Powerlimit is designed to allow V2G technology to work alongside domestic solar or batteries,...

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Mayor of London opens renewables tender to power Tube network

Mayor of London opens renewables tender to power Tube network

A power purchase agreement (PPA) tender has been launched by the Mayor of London as part of ambitions to power the Tube network with 100% renewable electricity. This first tender is aiming to purchase approximately 10% of Transport for London’s (TfL) required...

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Octopus Energy calls for rigorous market reform

Octopus Energy calls for rigorous market reform

Octopus Energy has called for more rigorous market reforms to protect customer money without inflating bills. The call comes after Ofgem announced proposals to protect customer balances following the cost of 28 supplier collapses since September 2021 adding £94 to...

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