Commenting on Belfast International Airport’s (BIA) decision to introduce a £1 charge for dropping off and picking up passengers, the Consumer Council’s Director of Policy, Aodhan O’Donnell, said:
- Passengers encouraged to use cashless fares to avoid increases -
The Consumer Council is encouraging schools, businesses and households in Northern Ireland to save water and in turn save energy and money. This is the message of Water Saving Week 2010, a national campaign which runs from 12-18 June with the theme: “Three reasons to save water: Save Energy, Save Money, Be Green”.
Energy prices could be reduced for consumers through the co-ordinated bulk purchase of energy on behalf of multiple customers. That’s according to a new report, ‘People Power’ , from Bryson Charitable Group, the Consumer Council and the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.