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UK Power Networks has just switched on a 2 year trial, which could transform electricity supply. In a recent blog we talked about the increase on energy demand that the winter brings. This trial could help reduce the pressures on the National Grid and lessen the chance of power shortages and blackouts for us.…
OFGEM has announced three important changes that suppliers must make to their contract conditions for micro businesses. The following changes will apply to contracts agreed from the 30th April 2015:…
While most of us are thinking about Christmas, National Grid is thinking about what the winter holds for the energy sector. They’ve just released their 2014/15 Winter Outlook Report, which shares their analysis on the supply and demand of gas and electricity this winter.…
There’s lots of talk about the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) at the moment and what you need to do to comply. It is a mandatory requirement for companies with over 250 employees (weighted average number over a year), or a turnover of more than €50 million, or with a balance sheet of over €43 million.…
Opus Energy says that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) could be missing out on potential savings on energy bills. They found that 24% of SMEs do not have an energy contract and are being charged 'out-of-contract' rates and 81% do not shop around for the best energy deals.…
All over the country, councils and social housing landlords are planning to revolutionise the energy market by providing their own electricity. These plans will provide stiff competition for the Big Six energy companies as the local authorities will be able to charge households less, saving them £100 at least.…