Category Archive: Industry news

The Top 5 Gadgets at CES, Shanghai 2015

So we braved the crowds to bring you the best gadgets from the first Consumer Electronics Show from Shanghai…(see more)

Meet the Team-Steve

So you’ve met Don and Lluis, now it’s our product manager, Steve…(see more)

Meet The Team-Don Munro

Every week we’re going to throw the spotlight onto one of employee here at efergy. This week it’s our CEO and co-founder, Don Munro…(see more)

Study Says Tidal Energy Can Meet 20% of UK Electricity Needs

And according to new research UK officials are severely underestimating the wealth of electricity that could be generated from tidal sources. Estuary barges and tidal streams could provide more than 20% of the UK’s demand for electricity.

The Smart Grid-A Smarter Future for Energy?

The energy market is undergoing a major transformation. It’s moving towards a so-called Smart Grid, which will not only manage supply and demand of energy more effectively, but also integrate new, lower-carbon sources of electricity…

Construction Finished on World’s Largest Windfarm

Work finished on the massive renewable project in the UK. The 125th and final turbine at the London Array Offshore Wind Farm was installed today marking the culmination of a year’s work…

E.on Prices Rise by 8.7% from January

E.on have announced that they will be increasing their energy prices from 18th January by 8.7% to all it’s dual tariff customers. This means that all the biggest energy providers in the UK have announce price hikes…

4 Bizarre Energy Contraptions from Youtube

Hi there! I am David and I will be blogging here from time to time. I plan to bring the weirder world of energy news to you. Consider me Robin if Gavin was Batman. Except I do not wear tights, I promise. My TV was mysteriously smashed last time Real Madrid lost a match so …

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World’s Largest Wind Turbine Planned for Scotland

If planning permission is accepted Scotland could become home to the biggest wind farm in the world.The £4.5bn complex would have 339 turbines covering 300 square kilometres off Caithness, making it 50% bigger than the giant London Array scheme off Kent. It is expected to be the first in a series of deep water schemes under “Round 3″ licensing…

New Houses Save Up To £800 a Year on Energy Bills

New homes constructed in Leicestershire have pushed down energy costs for families by up to £800 per year, the builder has claimed.

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