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Monthly Archives: September 2012

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Market Leading Energy Consultant Catalyst Scores a Hole in One with Adventure Mini Golf

Chris Hurcombe September 30, 2012

Catalyst’s energy procurement services gives Adventure Mini Golf a competitive edge whilst helping lower and control energy costs Birmingham UK – 1st October 2012 – Adventure Mini Golf is the UK’s first indoor tropical adventure golf complex, featuring two themed 18-hole courses.   For years they have struggled with understanding the complexities of the UK energy… Continue Reading »

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Solar-Powered Electric Pumps Launched in US

Chris Hurcombe September 26, 2012

Solar-Powered Electric Pumps Launched in US In a news that could soon have repercussions for the business energy market, Tesla motors have revealed their first solar-powered fuel stations where consumers with electric cars can ‘fill up’ for free.   Dubbed the Supercharger Network, the stations were constructed under strict secrecy by electric car manufacturer Tesla. 

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Could Shale Gas Beat the Recession?

Chris Hurcombe September 21, 2012

Shale Gas Fighting The Recession Whilst much of the focus on the commercial energy front is mostly on ‘green’ or renewable resources, one form of natural fuel that hasn’t yet been pushed to it’s potential is that of shale gas.  Produced in pockets, the gas forms from air trapped in shale formations, and can be… Continue Reading »

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Vision for a Wind Powered World

Chris Hurcombe September 12, 2012

Vision for a Wind-Powered World Two new studies published this week agree that the Earth has more than enough wind that could be harnessed to meet it’s energy demands, at least technically.  Published on Sunday and Monday, the two studies from two separate US-based research teams have concluded that, if placed ideally, existing wind-turbine technology… Continue Reading »

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Energy Market Brief September 2012

admin September 1, 2012

UK Energy prices climb to three-month high Power and gas prices have risen from recent lows as underlying international energy prices provided buoyancy. Oil, coal and carbon prices all rose in August,  helping prices surpass those seen in early July and back towards highs seen in late May.  Nevertheless annual gas and energy prices are… Continue Reading »

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