The Week’s Top Energy News – Halloween edition


Welcome to a Halloween themed edition of our weekly energy round-up. This week, we take a look at spooky energy stories that are doing the rounds. Enjoy, and don’t have nightmares!

Energy Efficiency Tricks to Stop Your Bills Haunting You – Energy Gov US

The US energy department created ‘Energyween’ and, unsurprisingly, have some great Halloween themed articles. We love this spooky graphic which tells you how to ward off energy waste, and lower your bills in the process.

Could a Cyber Attack Bring Down the Energy Grid? – Switch My Business

In the wake of the largest cyber attack the world has ever seen, we look at how easy it would be for hackers to bring down the energy grid, and how you can protect yourself.

The US Department of Energy Responds to Stranger Things – Wired

If you’ve binge watched Stranger Things on Netflix, you may be slightly suspicious of the US Department of Energy. This article won’t help with that, but it’s a great read…

Why Do Ghosts Affect Electricity? – How Stuff Works

Continuing the Stranger Things theme, have you ever wondered why ghosts (and demogorgans!) affect electrical fields? Science has the answer.

How Long Would Electricity Last in a Zombie Apocalypse – Switch My Business

We couldn’t do this post without mentioning our own zombie infographic! Find out how long you’ll be able to withdraw cash and get fuel in your car in the event of a zombie epidemic.

Best Decorated Halloween House 2015 – YouTube

Is it just us or are Halloween decorations becoming more and more elaborate? We’ve all read the stories about people who add thousands to their domestic energy bills with over the top Christmas lights. We wonder how much the people in these videos shell out for their Halloween lights!

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