Scots told to ‘keep cooking’ despite Britain’s gas shortage
Households have been told to “carry on cooking” despite the National Grid issuing a gas deficit warning as fears mount supplies could run empty and energy prices could skyrocket amid extreme weather conditions across Britain.
Energy firms urged by government to support new price cap
The UK government has written an open letter to utility companies, urging them to support a new energy price cap which could save families £100 a year – and warning them that the measures already taken by firms “do not go far enough”.
Scottish Power ‘best for value’ in new annual energy report
Scottish Power has been named best large supplier of the year in an annual review of Britain’s utility companies, but smaller suppliers still beat off competition from the Big Six to be named top for their customer satisfaction.
COMMENT: Get smart – there’s an energy revolution going on, says Pinsent Masons
The issues facing Scotland’s cities as they try to keep pace with the smart energy revolution and harness innovations in renewable energy takes centre stage on 20 February at Scottish Renewables’ Low-Carbon Cities Conference in Edinburgh.