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New EPC rules mean buy-to-let landlords could face costs of £8,500

As of 1 April, landlords could face fines and steep home improvement costs if their properties don't meet energy efficiency standards.

Buy-to-let landlords face energy efficiency bills of £3,500

Which? explains changes to Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) which mean landlords will now need to pay to improve their EPC rating.

Higher energy bills loom without action on climate policy

Consumers could pay more for energy unless urgent action is taken to meet greenhouse gas reduction targets, the Committee on Climate Change says.

Best cheap American fridge freezer we’ve reviewed

A quality American fridge freezer will offer tons of storage, have handy features as standard and look great in your kitchen - but could also end up costing you small fortune.

How much will it cost to repair your boiler?

The average cost for repairing boiler faults and what boiler engineers really think about brands such as Worcester Bosch and Valliant

What is the new EU heating standard and how does it affect you?

We discuss everything you need to know about the new EU heating standard and how it will change electric heaters in 2018.

Top 7 energy myths debunked

As we are hit with another week of low temperatures, wind warnings and snow, you’re probably starting to get worried about the cost of your next energy bill. No wonder...

How much are your Christmas lights going to cost you?

This week, as we celebrate the official Christmas countdown, families will be getting the shiny baubles down from the loft and plugging in those long strings of sparkly fairy lights....

Seven things you do every day that waste energy

Find out how your habits are wasting energy and money, plus quick energy efficiency tips to save energy and save money.

Stamp duty cuts proposed for energy efficient homes

The government has considered lowering stamp duty costs for greener homes, as a way of encouraging buyers and homeowners to make properties more energy efficient. Climate change minister Claire Perry...

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