Go a little greener

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Top tips to help you save money on the road Remember the protests about fuel prices in the year 2000? Back then, prices at the pumps were around 80p per litre.* Thirteen years later you’re likely to be paying between £1.34 and £1.39. And no one’s holding their breath waiting for prices to go down.

How green is your generation?

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Recent research by npower into which generation is greenest revealed some interesting insights. And perhaps the most important conclusion of all is that the young can learn from the not-so-young, and vice-versa (isn’t that always the way?). We spoke to 2,010 UK homeowners* – when asked whether they considered themselves green, the over 55s were

A heated debate

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Making lunch the other day, a simple question was posed: is it better to boil the kettle or use a saucepan to heat water for cooking? Before we knew it (but after eating, naturally) a very clever experiment had been planned. Who’d have known that rustling up some noodles could be so complicated? The first

Go Green: our guide to solar

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Whether you want to live a greener life, or find out more about the options open to you as part of the government’s Green Deal – you’ve come to the right place. In this blog post we’ll be looking at how you can grow your own green energy and power your home for less using

Energy efficiency schemes explained

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Do you know your ECO from your Green Deal? Your CERT from your CESP? Or your RHI from your RHPP? With energy efficiency so high on the Government’s agenda, there are many initiatives home owners and tenants could potentially take advantage of. But knowing which one’s right for you can be confusing. npower is here

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