Government’s pledge to cut energy prices risks leaving consumers worse off, ex-regulators warn

The Government’s pledge to curb household energy prices risks sabotaging the retail market leaving consumers worse off in the long run, a group of former regulators has warned. The UK’s largest energy suppliers are braced for what could be the industry’s most significant political hit yet following a decade of heated debate over rising energy […]

Fantastic customer feedback

Caplor Energy was able to design a split-roof system for this customer in sunny Herefordshire! All available roof space was maximised by selecting an inverter which could handle inputs from solar panels facing different orientations. “Caplor’s installation guys were the type of people who you rapidly know you can trust. We were delighted to have […]

Europe’s renewable energy revolution

More than 2km down a dark tunnel deep inside a Norwegian mountain, a drilling machine is boring out holes in the rock. It’s part of a major project that will connect Britain to Norway’s huge hydroelectric power supplies, passing power lines through the mountain near Kvilldal, southwest Norway, before laying the world’s longest undersea power […]

Low carbon drive ‘cuts household bills’

From – Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Britain’s low carbon energy revolution is actually saving money for households, a report says. Households make a net saving of £11 a month, according to analysis from the Committee on Climate Change. It calculates that subsidies to wind and solar are adding £9 a month to the average bill, […]

Providing interview guidance to Year 10s

This week Caplor Energy participated in Worcestershire’s annual Skills Show for the second year running. Students from around the county attended the day to explore further education and employment choices, as well as having the opportunity to develop their interview skills. For many Year 10 students these mock interviews, completed by businesses such as Caplor […]