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Post date: 2 sie 2012
Type: Tool

WHAT DOES VELObill DO?Experience what it’s like to upload real data from Green ButtonDisplay electricity, natural gas and water consumption in a simple, single viewView past usage and peak-demand usage to uncover savings opportunitiesCompare your usage to that of your neighbors or your friendsSet goals to reduce energy and track progress over timeEvaluate the cost and payback of energy efficiency upgradesSet a budget and find local contractors to help meet your goalsGET STARTEDVisit the VELObill portal.
Post date: 2 sie 2012
Type: Tool

More information on: http://appsforenergy.challenge.gov/submissions/7987-leafully
Post date: 2 sie 2012
Type: Tool

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Post date: 14 Maj 2012
Type: Aktualności

The overarching objective of this research was to produce robust evidence to inform the design and content of each component of the Green Deal. The research did not test a market-ready version of the Green Deal but rather the framework behind it. The findings from this research will be used to strengthen the overall proposition offered to consumers, and to inform the design of the policy and legislative framework. They do not however, provide evidence of the likely consumer reaction to commercial offers under the Green Deal.
Post date: 8 mar 2012
Type: Publication

1 Consumers shouldn’t pay for the roll-out Energy suppliers will save over £300* million a year from no-longer having to take meter readings or deal with bill disputes. Nine in ten people say that the industry should pay for the roll-out, not consumers. What’s more, British Gas’ early roll-out has shown that it is commercially viable to install smart meters without increasing bills.2 A mandatory code of conduct for the roll-out
Post date: 29 lip 2010
Type: Aktualności

Lord Hunt said: “A global climate deal in Copenhagen needs all countries to make the most ambitious commitments possible, but it will also require all of us to change how we lead our lives and how we generate our energy. ... Smart meters will put the power in people’s hands, enabling us all to control how much energy we use, cut emissions and cut bills. ... Smart grids will help manage the massive shift to low carbon electricity such as wind, nuclear and clean fossil fuels. ...
Post date: 3 gru 2009
Type: Aktualności

Launched in 2008, the Citizens' Energy Forum brings together consumer organisations, industry, and government regulators to tackle practical energy-related issues which matter to consumers, such as switching suppliers, user-friendly billing and complaints-handling. The retail electricity market has been flagged as one of the problem markets in the Consumer Markets Scoreboard. Less than half (45%) of consumers find it easy to compare offers from energy providers, which can be one of the reasons why only 8% of consumer switched providers in the past two years.
Post date: 5 paź 2009
Type: Aktualności

"ManagEnergy is a technical support initiative of the Intelligent Energy - Europe (IEE) programme of the European Commission which aims to assist actors from the public sector and their advisers working on energy efficiency and renewable energies at the local and regional level. The main tools are workshops and online events. Additionally information is provided on case studies and good practice, European legislation and programmes.
Post date: 19 cze 2009
Type: Odnośnik