The fastest way for me to reduce my electricity bill is to install solar panels on my roof. I can easily accomodate a 3KW system and I’ve costed the installContinue readingGive me £4,483 and I’ll install solar panels on my property. Give Energy Companies £4,483 and they’ll increase dividends.
Liz Truss has been presented with an estimate that gas producers and electricity generators in the UK will make excess profits in excess of £170 billion over the next twoContinue readingWhy no windfall tax? Energy Companies will make £170 billion in excess profits over the next two years
The Liz Truss energy plan designed to “freeze” the unit cost of electriciy and gas until April 1st 2024 will cost £4,483 for every household in the UK. Now, itContinue reading£4,483 energy subsidy for every household in the UK
It is very worrying that the media are hinting that Liz Truss plans a £100 billion bailout of energy companies this Winter. Keir Starmer’s plan was bad enough, but, itContinue readingThe countdown to hyperinflation starts at 12:30pm
The UK has a problem with high rates of inflation (officially 10.1%), unaffordable energy prices (from Oct 1st, electric will be 52p per KWh and gas 15p per KWh), publicContinue readingCheckmate. The UK economy is Sunakered
If the polls are correct, then Liz Truss will become Prime Minister of the UK on September 5th. Her policies are starting to become known and they’re probably going toContinue readingEnergy prices will NOT be frozen this Winter and interest rates will continue to rise
When I saw that a KWh of electricity will probably cost £1 from April 2023, I was very frightened, because, really, that’s game over for the UK economy. The forecastContinue readingThe solution to the energy crisis may be to link tariffs to useage (low use = low unit prices)
You may have heard of the Deficit Tariff Scheme being touted by UK’s energy suppliers as the “solution” to all our cost of living problems. The plan is endorsed byContinue readingIt’s time to NATIONALISE power supply in the UK and it’ll cost around £12 billion
I thought I’d write this article to let you know how I’m going to cope this Winter. I’m one of those poor folks that you keep hearing about. I haveContinue readingHow are poor folk going to cope this Winter?
The solution to the UK’s energy crisis is not freezing the price cap. The poorest folk in Britain can be helped via the benefits system, that’s what it’s for. BenefitsContinue readingInstead of transferring hundreds of £billions to rich energy companies, how about using the cash to roll out solar panel installations to the poorest households