Feeling the chill? Check out these hot gadgets to keep you warm this winter.
Winter is well and truly upon us. And even though the days are getting longer again (phew!), there are still two long frosty months to survive.
One of the biggest, nastiest, and loudest vehicles on the road is being transformed. Meet the electric garbage trucks.
When it comes to televisions, bigger is better. But do bigger TVs consume more electricity? Today’s television screens are larger than ever before. We’re watching Game of Thrones on a flat screen in the living room that rivals the local cinema. But how much electricity does it take to power these jumbo TVs?
Knowing the energy efficiency of your home appliances can help you save energy and reduce your power bills. But what do the electricity energy ratings mean? Do you know that your fridge, freezer, washing machine and other household appliances typically account for 30% of your home <a href="/energy-products/electricity-natural-gas">electricity</a> usage? Knowing how much electricity your appliances consume can help you better control your energy usage and bills.<br />
Ever since the very first modern electric vehicle was built, people have been wondering how to get them to travel further – without compromising on cost. Mainstream pure electric cars care barely travel 100 kilometres on one battery charge through electricity, while electric powertrains cost around 50% more than their petrol equivalents.