Tories debate over renewables and energy policies

After public concern after cuts to renewable energy subsidies, the Tories gathered to discuss energy policies at a conference fringe meeting. Conservative MP for the Wells constituency and member of the Energy and Climate Change Committee, James Heappey cautioned: “Certainly we should not be making an enemy of the renewables sector.” He was responding to […]

Smart meter benefits not clear enough for microbusinesses

Smart Energy GB are in the firing line after the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) essentially called their approach to smart meters for microbusinesses a sham. The FSB stated their engagement proposals were “a recipe for failure.” Smart Energy GB are planning to tack on an extension regarding microbusinesses onto its current domestic campaign. A […]

Off-peak business electricity will be cheaper say Ofgem

With the impending arrival of P272 and P322 legislation, businesses of a certain profile will be required to install a half hourly meter. For more on this, have a look at our article on P322 and P272. While contract fees for maintenance and data collection may be a chore, it will give your business some real insight […]