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Our news & blog section is regularly updated with the latest information and update about energy.
The gas and electricity markets are changing all the time, with movement in regulations, politics, renewables, suppliers… all of which can affect costs. We share updates here and help to explain the potential impact for businesses in the UK, as well as giving expert advice on saving energy costs.
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While all businesses are seeking ways to reduce their energy bills, we know just how important it is for dentist in particular because of the energy you use day-to-day.
Dentist surgeries […]
MPs have voted to allow fracking under national parks although the ruling has caused some controversy amongst ministers after an underhand method of getting the measure through was used, avoiding […]
As the price of brent crude plummets, pricing levels for UK wholesale gas prices are crushed and dependence on gas imports increases.
Analysts say that Brent crude prices below $40/barrel could […]
The Task Force have released their final report on the process of shale gas fracking and have recommended that exploratory drilling begin as soon as possible.
The Task Force on Shale […]
Head of The Energy Managers Association (EMA) Lord Redesdale says that he “wholly expects blackouts this winter”.
Resedale commented as the UK capacity margin has hit just 1.5% – a low […]
Businesses could make money from signing up to the demand side response (DSR) scheme yet 75% haven’t enrolled as they don’t know enough about it.
DSR is a scheme that contacts […]
The ESOS deadline of 5th December 2015 has now passed, but there are still thousands of qualifying businesses that have not complied with regulations either by submitting their ESOS audit or by […]
Distribution network operators (DNO) are urging energy suppliers to get their plans into motion with regard to the migration of business customers to half-hourly meters, as they are yet to […]
Audrey Gallacher, the current Director of Energy for the Citizen’s Advice Bureau (CAB) is set to join Energy UK as Director of Energy Supply in early 2016.
The spotlight has focussed […]
After Amber Rudd’s announcement to close all coal-fired power plants by 2025 in line with her energy policy ‘reset’, the UK has already made headway with a 40% fall in […]