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$567 million is to support low income households

$567 million is to support low income households New York Governor Kathy Hochul has said $567 million (£463m) is being made accessible to support low income households pay of past energy costs. It may incorporate a predicted $557 million statewide COVID-19 bill credit programme for customers with a minimal income approved today by the New…
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Ofgem may help to fund charities with £27m

Ofgem may help to fund charities with £27m The Ofgem’s energy redress scheme has opened the first funding round of £27 million. The grants aim to help charities and community energy groups that help vulnerable customers amid high energy bills. Projects designed to cut households’ emissions and decarbonise energy consumption will also benefit from the…
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7 Expenses We Don’t Usually Cover In Our Financial Plans

7 Expenses We Don’t Usually Cover In Our Financial Plans:   Life has a funny way of throwing things at us unexpectedly. Sometimes this can be a good thing, but when it comes to money, it’s usually the bad kind of surprise. The best thing to do is make sure you are prepared by building…
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Households in Wales obtain 1st free trees

Households in Wales obtain 1st free trees: Welsh Government’s ambitious project to stop climate change saw the first people in Wales to begin collecting trees. The report comes after a pledge made by Deputy Climate Change Minister Lee Waters in December 2021 saying all households in Wales would be given a free tree. The collections…
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Ofgem may increase price cap of energy bills by £21

Ofgem may increase price cap of energy bills by £21: Households throughout  the UK could see an rise in their energy bills as Ofgem contemplates raising the price cap to allow for the recovery of added debt-related costs as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. The regulator is advising on amending the default tariff cap,…
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UK homes may save £1.4bn lowering thermostats just 1°C

UK homes may save £1.4bn lowering thermostats just 1°C: A predicted 17 million UK households could save approximately £1.4 billion by turning down their thermostats by only 1°C. This is according to a recent study, which discovered that two-thirds – or 17.7 million – of households are turning up their thermostats to greater than 20°C…
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Smart homes may halve carbon emissions and bills

Smart homes may halve carbon emissions and bills: Smart homes could help deliver energy bill savings, carbon reductions and improved system resilience across the UK. New research from scientists at Loughborough University in partnership with the Solar Trade Association and Advance Further Energy concludes, which says the mass adoption in the home of battery storage,…
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