• Utility Bidder Blog & News

Sign up here to receive our quarterly newsletter

Green energy

Don’t get left behind – become an eco-friendly business

Environmental issues have become a hot topic in recent years, and for good reason. Although many people are now choosing to make more environmentally friendly decisions when it comes to their consumer habits, businesses have an even larger responsibility. This is particularly true for those in industries with high levels of energy consumption. There are …

Don’t get left behind – become an eco-friendly business Read More »

Do voters care deeply about the environment as an election issue?

  A leading energy broker has urged that both The Labour Party and the Conservatives need to take environmental issues more seriously for December’s General Election following a voter survey. Of the 1,023 adults surveyed by energy switching specialists, Utility Bidder, it has been shown that 79% of respondents consider the environment to be ‘an …

Do voters care deeply about the environment as an election issue? Read More »

Earth

Four reasons to roll out a corporate social responsibility strategy

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is becoming an increasingly important aspect of brand management for businesses across the globe. Designed to address social and political issues such as climate change, hunger, or homelessness, CSR takes many forms. One of the most popular ways for companies to embrace CSR is to adopt green commercial energy sources or …

Four reasons to roll out a corporate social responsibility strategy Read More »

Brexit and Energy Prices

More than 60% of consumers are worried that energy bills will rise if PM’s ‘no deal’ Brexit happens

Tuesday 8th October Real fears that a no-deal Brexit could cause higher energy bills after October 31st have been revealed, with nearly two-thirds of the country concerned that their utilities will be more expensive. Of the 1,023 adults surveyed by energy switching specialists, Utility Bidder, has shown that the Prime Minister’s ‘no-deal’ option for leaving …

More than 60% of consumers are worried that energy bills will rise if PM’s ‘no deal’ Brexit happens Read More »

Scroll to Top